Lenna is an Italian town of 662 inhabitants in the province of Bergamo in Lombardy. Located in the upper Brembana Valley, at the confluence of the two branches of the river Brembo, it is about 28 kilometers north of the orobic capital. The municipality is part of the Mountain Community of the Brembana Valley. The municipal territory offers excellent views, thanks to the naturalistic context in which it is immersed. There are therefore numerous possibilities for excursions in the surrounding mountains, suitable for every need: from beginners to the most experienced and demanding users.
In 2007, the Brembana Valley cycle route, which runs along the Brembo river, was also inaugurated, offering the opportunity for walks or bike rides.