Posted on 2021-03-25
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Etna Bike Tour: 3-hour Cycling Mount Etna Tour

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Take an Etna bike tour and experience the dramatic scenery of the famous volcano from a unique perceptive. Ride along the Altomontano trail, between volcanic sand and lush woods, and explore the impressive volcanic landscape.

◾ Visit the impressive Silvestri craters dating from the 1892 eruption
◾ Ride your bike on a natural path on the southern side of Mount Etna and enjoy the dramatic landscape of the highest active volcano in Europe

About this experience

DURATION: 3 hours
MEETING POINT: Your hotel or at the Restaurant Rifugio Sapienza
LANGUAGE/S: English, Italian
OPEN SEASON: All year round
WHO CAN COME: Etna Bike Tour is suitable for anyone above 12 with some experience in Mountain

What's included, what's not

✔ Certified bike guide
✔ Helmet and bike rental
✔ On request SPD pedals
✖ Food & drinks

Description - What to expect

Etna Bike Tour Itinerary

Start your Etna Bike tour with a pick-up from your hotel in Catania and enjoy a 3-hour bike tour exploring mount Etna on a bike. Follow your experienced guide and pedal on the Altomontana path.
Admire stunning landscapes, among lava flow rocks and old craters, and cycle through a typical woodland of Etna park.

Bring with you

Dress according to season and the prevailing weather. Bring your sunglasses and a bottle of water

Cutoff time before activity

  • 14 hours

Prepare for the experience - Things to know before you go

◾ Etna bike tour departure and arrival times are subject to change for up to a maximum of 30 minutes, even without prior notice, for technical reasons, traffic, or other causes beyond our control
◾ In case of changes in time and/or itinerary for circumstances beyond our control, no refund is given

COVID-19 - Update information

◾ Customers must keep social distancing
◾ All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
◾ Vehicles are equipped with alcohol-based hand sanitizer
◾ Use of individual safety devices (mask/face-covering clothes) is mandatory in public areas