Pizzo di Vernà (also known as Montagna di Vernà) (1287 m) is a peak of the Peloritani Mountains, located in the province of Messina, Sicily. It is located in the South Western part of the Peloritani range in the territories of Antillo, Casalvecchio Siculo and Fondachelli-Fantina. Also if it is difficult peak to climb because of the typical Mediterranean vegetation on its slopes unless you don't get the path on the East wall, it is visited for its stunning landscape; from the top it’s possible to view Mount Etna, mount Rocca di Salvatesta, the Ionian coast and the Tyrrhenian coast. From Fondachelli-Fantina it is possible to see the Montagna di Vernà shining in the afternoon, lit by the sun. The mountain has been designated a Site of Community Importance (SIC).
By prominence Pizzo di Vernà is
# 32 out of 3534 in Sicily # 9 out of 1006 in Messina # 24 out of 3465 in the Sicily
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