Mount Scuderi is located along the Peloritani mountain range. These pleasant mountains overlooking the Ionian and Tyrrhenian seas are considered the oldest in Sicily. They are mainly metamorphic rocks belonging to the Sardo-Corso block. Mount Scuderi, with its 1235 m of altitude, is not the highest mountain of the Peloritani, but it is considered one of the most fascinating peaks in Sicily. There are two routes that lead to its summit. One starts from the village of Ali Terme and the other from the beautiful Vallèe des Ermites. From the top of Mount Scuderi, the view is sublime and sweeps along the Ionian and Tyrrhenian coasts, with views of Etna and the Aeolian Islands.
These trails have some technical difficulty, elevation gain and length. Only for experienced walkers.
Recommended clothing: Hiking shoes, windbreaker, trekking poles, backpack, spare socks and T-shirt.