Let’s make this a better place. Those who don’t mind hard work can ride up to Mount Etna, Europe’s largest active volcano, which was added by UNESCO to the World Heritage List.
“3,340m of altitude, a majestic massif that rises out of the sea, and only asks to be climbed and cycled, cycled, and conquered.
It can be climbed in both winter and summer. To go down in the cold months, you will need to wear a heavier jacket. It’s rare that the snow covers the slopes for more than three or four days per year. In summer, climbing Etna will leave you with the Sicilian heat, and it will be a refreshing experience.