The Bove Valley is an enormous horseshoe-shaped collapse caldera (a large depression formed when a volcano erupts and collapses) and is one of the richest areas in the history of volcano evolution.
The descent in the valley is unique and exciting because it takes place on a long and steep slope covered by volcanic ashes on which you proceed in leaps and bounds always accompanied by the shining sea.
D+ = positive height difference
D- = negative height difference
L = Length
High = significant physical commitment, habit of altitude.
Medium = habit of prolonged aerobic physical activity
Easy = used to few hours of aerobic physical activity