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There are plenty of places to see and visit around Trient. Whether you love hiking or cycling, Trient is a region where 20 hidden gems are waiting to be explored and visited. Check the top places to visit in the region and plan your next adventure today.

The top 20 Attractions around Trient

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    1

    Lac Blanc

    Hiking Highlight

    Very beautiful and much sought-after lake. The last stretch is very steep, but when you arrive at the lake you are happy that you made it. A lot of people …

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    Lacs des Cheserys

    Hiking Highlight

    A great place to picnic

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    Refuge du Col de Balme

    Hiking Highlight

    The Col de Balme refuge is a very nice refuge with a splendid view of Mont-Blanc and the Chamonix valley. You can eat there (traditional soups, local dishes and homemade …

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    Champex-Lac

    Hiking Highlight

    It is a lively Swiss village with a beautiful mountain lake. There you will find several cafes, bakeries, ice cream parlors, campsites and guest houses. Ideal village to access several hikes.

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    Trientschlucht

    Hiking Highlight (Segment)

    Here, the Trento tribe has dug into the Mont Blanc massif over millennia. Today, at the bottom of the 200-meter-deep gorge, you can follow the course of the turquoise-blue waters …

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    Albert 1er

    Hiking Highlight

    The Refuge Albert 1er is an alpine refuge in the Chamonix-Mont-Blanc section of the Club Alpin Français. It consists of a wooden hut from 1930, which is now used as …

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    Vue du glacier

    Hiking Highlight

    The Glacier d’Argentière has its origin in the northwest flank of Mont Dolents and runs almost ten kilometers to the northwest towards Argentière. It is enclosed on both sides by …

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    Gorges du Durnand

    Hiking Highlight (Segment)

    Entering the boardwalks of the Gorges du Durnand (or "Durnand Gorge"), you are in another world. A wild world of imposing cliffs and a powerful stream of wild torrent. For …

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    Stephanie
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    Col de Forclaz

    Road Cycling Highlight (Segment)

    Rather unknown rise from Martigny, which most probably more likely to connect with the Great St. Bernard. The Forclaz can have a respectable height difference of 1032 meters in altitude …

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    Lac D'Emosson

    Hiking Highlight

    Spectacular views when you get to the Lac D'Emosson and some handy rocks to sit and have a picnic on.

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    Col des Montets (1461m)

    Hiking Highlight

    In the heart of the Aiguilles Rouges national park, this pass, accessible by footpath or by road, houses a museum with an exhibition devoted to the protected flora and fauna …

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    Montenvers

    Hiking Highlight

    Here there is a hotel, a train station and a cable car. Excursion destination with a magnificent view of the glacier.

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    route de la diligence

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    this is a nice old gravel road which is a nice easy way to go to salvan. Very good way to start or come back from a tour from the Rhone Valley.

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    Bisse du Trient

    Hiking Highlight (Segment)

    From the Col de la Forclaz, the easy family path leads through larch forests, before finally reaching the foot of the Trient glacier after 3km, where the bites are caught. …

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    Brügger
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    Auffahrt mit Panorama

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    Slowly approach the ascent to the pass is long and steep.

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    Martigny

    Road Cycling Highlight

    Martigny is a municipal municipality, a burger municipality with a burger council and the capital of the district of the same name in the Swiss canton of Valais. The German name Martinach is still used in Upper Valais.

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    Praz-de-Fort

    Hiking Highlight

    Praz-de-Fort is a beautiful hamlet, with many very well preserved old houses. Very picturesque atmosphere.

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    Col de la Gueulaz (Barrage d'Émosson)

    Road Cycling Highlight (Segment)

    It's a magnificent climb of nearly 1,000 m over 10 km from the village of Finhaut to the Emosson dam! Remember, the last mile is the hardest.

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    Val Ferret

    Hiking Highlight (Segment)

    On a hike through the Val Ferret, you measure the various altitudes, landscape types and types of use of the alpine cultural landscape, from Issert (around 1,000 meters) to Ferret …

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    Cascade de Pissevache

    Road Cycling Highlight

    Very impressive waterfall just before Martigny. From the Rhone-Uferradweg by a small dangling under the highway easily accessible. A little north of the waterfall on a pivoting path on the underpass pay attention, unfortunately, no sign on the way.

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