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Etna Trekking to the Summit Craters for Experts – 3350m

Il nostro tour più impegnativo, per veri amanti della montagna e dei dislivelli importanti, per salire in piccoli gruppi sul vulcano attivo più alto d’Europa, a piedi e senza l’utilizzo di 4×4 o funivia.

Etna Summit Craters by E-Bike

Reach the summit by e-bike – A fun and environmentally friendly way to reach the crater of Etna. Leaving from our office at 1900m

Summit Craters from Etna Nord – 3350m

Trekking to the summit craters that will allow us to discover the wild north side of Etna. Departure will be from Piano Provenzana (1800mt) by 4×4 vehicle to Piano delle Concazza (2800mt).

Summit Craters from Etna Sud – 3350m

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

Trekking to the Summit Craters of Etna at Sunset – 3350m

“Reaching Etna’s steaming summit craters at sunset is an experience you will always remember.”

Trekking from Etna Sud – 3000m

Since the 12th of September, Etna is in a mild  Strombolian activity from one of its summit craters, the Voragine, inside the Central Crater.

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.

Grotta del Gelo

The excursion to “Grotta del Gelo” lasts about 7/9 hours; although it is not an excursion that requires technical skills, it is reserved for those who have a good physical condition and suitable equipment. It is recommended for those who want to spend a whole day into Etna’s big silences.

Trekking 2002 eruptive fracture on the north side of Etna

Trekking that will allow us to discover the wild northern side of Etna and walk along the fascinating 2002 eruptive fracture that destroyed the Piano Provenzana ski resort.

E-Bike Tour of Etna

A superb tour of Etna from the south to the north traversing thousands of diverse landscapes, ancient pine forests, caves formed by lava flows and deserts of lava surrounded by woods of birch trees.

The wild side of Etna

Crateri Sommitali – Si tratta sicuramente dell’itinerario più interessante dopo le eruzioni del 2001 e 2002 che hanno sconvolto il versante sud dell’Etna.