You cannot get bored: relaxation, walking, excursions and climbing. A wide range of opportunities just half an hour from Lecco.
Thanks to its privileged location from Pian dei Resinelli you can enjoy a unique view sweeping from the Retic Alps to Monte Rosa, overlooking the valley, Lecco and Lakes Briantei.
Pian dei Resinelli offer many opportunities for any taste and for all ages: trekking, climbing or just simple relaxation.
Who likes to walk easily Pian dei Resinelli presents a ring beginning from the first parking area which you will find as soon you are there. The route is shady and particularly suitable in summer. After you pass half the way you find another parking near the camping area. From here you can take the rising path to Parco Valentino, keep on walking until you reach a wonderful panorama terrace called Belvedere where you can admire an extraordinary view on Lake Lecco. Half way in Parco Valentino there is the Natural Museum of the Grigne.
Pian dei Resinelli hosts historical lead mines, functioning since the sixteenth-century until the Second World War, so important for the territory of Lecco and its siderurgical field. They are open to public for visits. Let’s visit the Mines of Pian dei Resinelli.
Are you a sporty type and like to see the mountains so loved by Riccardo Cassin? You are in the right place. Park your car and take the several paths to Grignetta: you can reach refuge Rosalba or otherwise walk along the ridge Cermenati to reach the Southern Side of the Grigna, called Grignone.
If you are a climber Grignetta offers you the routes opened by the great alpinist on the wonderful dolomites.
We can frankly say there is no time to get bored at Pian dei Resinelli, feel the emotions to be like Tarzan at Parco Avventura, with different itineraries for any age and skills.
Thanks to the new tunnel you can easily reach Pian dei Resinelli in less than half an hour by car. As soon as you are in Ballabio a series of hairpins drives you to Pian dei Resinelli where you can enjoy a fresh climate during summer and experience winter time with bobs and sleighs. There are no ski slopes.
Cover’s image by Marco Assin
Articolo aggiornato il 4 October 2023 da eccoLecco
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