OUR DREAM AND WHY WE TRY

Exploring our land with happy walkers, that's our dream and we have so much fun trying!

We are intrigued by making mulled wine on snow-capped peaks; we are exhilarated to have you discover incredible and little-visited places-who knows Colmenacco or Pedra Nuelera?

We are thrilled to spend a night in a refuge where around the stove strangers quickly become friends.

We are always surprised to discover new stories about seemingly well-known places like Resegone or the Sentiero del Viandante.

It gives us joy to see your curiosity and to be able to answer your questions.

And we die laughing when we don't know how to answer the most difficult questions and so we make up a story that ... doesn't hold up

And sometimes we even get moved to hear how much we enjoyed the day, how important it was for someone to be able to walk unhurriedly and discover that there really is so much beauty around us and it's pretty easy to get there.

WHAT WE DO.

We offer excursions for all tastes: nature and culture, entertainment and gastronomy, hard work and relaxation, luxurious villas and spartan dormitories, Mediterranean of the coasts and snow of the peaks.

To sum up: everything that happens between the mountains and the lake.

Gabriele Corti

Gabriele is a Nature and Interpretative Guide for A.I.G.A.E.  Graduate in wildlife biology with Animal Behaviour, he is passionate about cycling, hiking and traveling on the road. Before rediscovering his roots in his beloved Lake Como, he lived abroad for a good 10 years, followed by a sabbatical year of pure travel, the memoirs of which he collected in a book .

Leonardo Lovati

A great lover of the Lake Como area. Leonardo lives in the Larian Triangle, which is his favourite field of action.
Humanistic education, naturalist by passion and vocation, always on the lookout for new corners to discover between the San Primo Peak and the shores of the lake.
He leads groups to discover the many elements that make these areas unique:
Landscapes that inspire writers and poets, ancient artefacts that narrate the history and life on the mountains, tracks and signs of the wild inhabitants of the woods and, to complete the experience, sometimes even gastronomic specialities that speak of the resources of a magical land.
Always guided by a curiosity and a passion that he loves to share with others, whatever their level of walking.
He has been an Environmental Hiking Guide since 2015, in continuous training. He can also accompany French-speaking groups.

Tel:+39 3773074350

mail: leolovati@gmail.com

 

Matteo Pozzi

Matteo is a lover of wild nature. He has lived in the heart of the Tuscan Apennines in recent years and on Mount Resegone in the Orobic Prealps for about ten years.
Passionate about horses and attacks with long reins, he has led several horseback excursions with them.
Graduated in Environmental Sciences, he’s a Nature and Interpretative Guide for A.I.G.A.E.  Expert in herbal medicine and edible herbs, he was a botanical guide at the botanical garden of Calolziocorte (LC).
Good connoisseur of Italy and its abandoned countries, its natural parks and its islands.