DISCOUNT FOR GROUP SPECIAL PRICE FOR JULY WE WILL BE IN TWO GUIDES FOR YOUR ABSOLUTELY SAFE EXPERIENCE. We are on Etna, the highest active Europe Volcano and we respect it The trail starts from Sapienza Hut (1.900 above sea level ) Follow the ski route, we'll go up till Montagnola (2.600m a.s.l.) where we'll see the last lava flow of 2019 eruption. - If you want is possible go up with the cable-car but it is an extra cost (around €30,00 to pay cash to "Funivia dell'Etna") - Then we'll ready to begin adrenaline down along a steep slope in the Montagnola's gorge jumping on the lava sand and we'll be into the abyss of the Bove Valley, Etna Volcano's Heart. The sea of rocks, as tectonics movements, great hollows, irregular surfaces, stones human shape, these it'll be some about an amazing view that you could be seen! And when you'll feel in Hell a surprise will wait for you! But the hike doesn't stop and across a majestic beech-wood, we go up on the ridge to view the immeasurability of Etna.
Hi guys! We're Angelo & Enzo, two guides member of AIGAE (Associazione Italiana Guide Ambientali Escursionistiche) who like to discover the different path from the common tourism. This is unique! The passion for Etna landscape is changed our personality: we dreamed it, we learned it, we knew it, we loved it. Now, we like to share our experience with you! Wild land in all safety: This is our mission Find other my experiences on Airbnb https://www.airbnb.it/users/show/192610307
Cold or hot tea, cold almond milk
From Sapienza Hut to Montagnola gorge is a signed route. When we arrive inside the Bove Valley the route is not signed in the maps but you can do it only follow us. We'll not meet anybody but we could see the border of the ridge.
最多可有8位年满18周岁的参与者参加。 This experience it is possible if you are in good fitness condition and you usually run trail or hike
Trail shoes and high socks
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