Lago di Garda. ARCO. 40. Route. 23ü
Bocea Bordighera (6180 ft.) and the Bocea di Navene (4865 ft.) fo the Madonna
di Navene and (472 brs.) Malcesine (p. 235). — The panorama ia still grander
from the "Monte Maggiore. A steep road, shady in the afternoon, leads
from Peri (p. 22) to (2-272 hrs.) the pilgrimage-church of Madonna della
Corona (2540 ft.), built into the rock, not far from the village of Spiazzi
(3133 ft.; view; Alb. Zanetti). Spiazzi may also be reached from the railway-
station of Cuprino (comp. p. 236; diligence) and from Garda (p. 235), by
the road viá Costermano (3'/2 hrs.; carr. there and back 6-8, with two horses
10-12 fr.) From Spiazzi we follow the highroad to the N. to (3 31.) Ferrara
di Monte Baldo (2810 ft.; simple inn; guides Bern. and Giov. Tonini), whence
a good track (mulé 4 fr ) ascends to the (372-4 hrs.) summit, on which is
a Rifugio. Descents: on the N. side by a path (difficult at places), com¬
manding beautiful views of the Lago di Garda, viá the Fiabio Alp to (4-5 hrs.)
Malcesine (p. 235; ascent by tbis route, 7-8 hrs., with guide); on the S.W.
side viá Costabella (6765 ft.) to the Bocchetta di Naole (5395 ft.), and thence
either viá Pra Bestemia and Villanova to (5 hrs.) Castelletto (p 235; ascent
by this route, 8 hrs., with guide), or viá the Madonna della Nevé (4725 ft.),
Zocchi (3990 ft.), and Lumini to (472 hra.) San Zeno di Montagna (p. 236;
ascent by thia route 7 hrs.).
Val di Ledro (carr. to Pieve see p. 237; diligence daily, in summer
twice, to Pieve in 372, to Storo in 5 hrs.). The continuation of the Ponale
road leads past a new fort and viá Biacesa and Molina to the pretty Lago
di Ledro (2140 ft.), on the N. bank of which lie Mezzolago and (8 M. from
Riva) Pieve di Ledro ('Albergo Alpino, R. 1 K. 60-2 K. 40 ft.). — Thence
the road leada viá Bezzecca and Tiarno, and through the 8equestered Val
Ampola, to (9 M.) Storo (1340 ft.; Agnello) in the valley of the Chiese, here
called the Val Buona. Beyond Darzo (Ancora, very fair) and Lodrone
(1245 ft.) it crosses the Caffaro (p. 229). From Caffaro to the Lago d'Idro
and to Vestone, see p. 229.
About 4 M. to the N.E. of Riva, up the beautiful valley of the
Sarca (Tailway, see p. 22), lies —
Arco. — Hotels (the larger open only from Oct. to May; nearly all
have gardena). "Hotel Kurhaus, with whey-cure and a covered promenade,
R. 3-7, B. 1 K. 20 ft., D. 4-5, S. 2-272, pena. 6-14A"., omn. COA.; "Kur Casino
(C on the Map), with covered promenade and café-restaurant, R. from 3,
B. 1, D. 3, S. 2, pens. from 9 K.; -Hót.-Pens. Stkasser, R. 2 K. 60h.-GK.,
B. 1, pens. 6-10 A'.; Hót. Germania, R. 2-6, B. 1, D. 3, S. 2, pens. 6-10 K.;
*Hót.-Pens. Olivo, R. 2-372, B. 80A.-1 K. 20ft., pens. 5-8K.; these five are
in the Kurplatz; 'Hót.-Pens Bellevue, near the rail, station, R. 1 K. 60 A -
GK.. B. 1, D. 2X40, B. If. 60 A., pens. 6-liAT.; «Hót.-Pens. Victoria,
72 M to the N.W. of the Kurplatz; "Hót.-Pens. Olivenheim, high up, on
the edge of the olive-wood, with view-terrace; Hót.-Pens. de l'Europe,
near the Kurplatz, with beer-re«taurant, pens. from 6 K.; Hót. Erzherzog
Albrecht, in Chiarano (p. 240), R. from 1, pens. from 5 K. — The following
are open all the year round: Hót.-Pens. Austria, on the Kur-Promenade,
with beer-restaurant, R. 1 K. 60A-2AT., pens. 5-6 K.; Hót. Kaisekkrone,
Via Giov. Segantini, in the oíd town, with small garden. pens. from 5 K.;
Hóder, near the railway-station, R. 1 K. 60-3 K., pens. 5-7 K.
Pensions (5-10 K. daily, L. <fc heating extra). Pens. Quisisana; Hót.-Pens.
Romarzolo; P. Altenburg; P. Rainaller; P. Aurora; P. Monrepos. — Prívate
Apartments in various villas; R. according to aspect, 40-100 K. per month.
Wine-Rooms. Silvestro; Povoli. — Café and Confectioner. Strasser
Kuranstalt, to the S. of the Casino, well fitted up, with inhaling rooms,
hydropathic appliances, etc.
Bonkey per hr. 1 K., each hr. addit. 60 A. — Carriage to Rovereto
(without returning) 10, with two horsea 16 K.; to Trent (without returning)
14 or 24 K.
Fhysicians. Dr. Gager; Dr. Gerke; Dr. von Weissmapr, etc.