Etna North

2 days horseback tour

Lava deserts, extinct craters and lava caves
This is a perfect horse riding holiday for anyone wanting to admire the spectacular countryside of the dramatic, timeless and amazing Mt Etna north side in 2 days…

Duration: 2 days and 1 night – 2 days on horseback. Approx. 7 hours of riding each day.
Accomodation & Meals: 1 night accommodation in double, 2 picnic lunches

Day-by-day description

Day 1
We will start from our riding school “Scuderie Ardichetto”, crossing country roads we will arrive in “Val Calanna” to continue towards the famous “Ilice of Carrinu”, old about 700 years, after a short stop for the photos , we will continue in the woods to “Ragabo” passing through the Monti “Sartorius” ancient craters formed during the pouring of 1865, we will walk on the narrow edges of the volcanoes and then return to the woods until we will reach the “Clan dei Ragazzi”, where we will stay overnight after dinner.

Day 2
Departure from the” Clan dei Ragazzi”, crossing the forest we will intercept the famous lava flows of 2002 that razed to the ground “Piano Provenzana”, including souvenir shops and the two hotels, we’ll coast to Monte “Crisimo”, we’ll pass by the refuge “Pietra Cannone” and We will cross the territories of “Fornazzo” and “Milo” where we make the stop for the picnic. After lunch we will return to the stable, passing through “Zafferana Etnea”.

Included in price
  • 2 days in the saddle
  • 2 days of guided riding
  • 1 night accommodation in double
  • luggage transport with support vehicle
  • 2 picnic lunches
  • 2 liter bottle of water per day
  • Assurance
  • Rent of helmet and Chaps
Not included
  • Transfer on request (to pay locally)
  • Single room on request
  • Additional nights
  • Everything not mentioned under “Included in price”

Must know

Skill level: Intermediate

Skill level

Ability description: Intermediate. Confident and in control at all paces. Comfortable in the saddle for 7 hours or longer. Please indicate health condition in your reservation.

Require Info

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