Eruptive fissure at the base of the south-east crater

Some photos of the eruptive fissure at the base of the south-east crater. The lava flow emerges from an altitude of 2,800 m and is currently still active.

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Tours of Etna – the Summit Craters

This is certainly the more interesting route after the eruptions of 2001 and 2002 that rocked the southern slope of Mount Etna.

Valle del Bove – Canalone della Montagnola

After leaving the cable car station(2500m), we’ll climb to the top of the Montagnola (2640m) where we’ll be able to enjoy the great view of the summit craters.