Are you trained to face up to the most exciting trekking in Italy?
Here is an itinerary of trekking quite tough, but very reach of wonderfull views, unique landscapes for one extraordinary week.
Duration: 7 days / 6 nights
Location: East Sardinia
Ideal for: climber - free climber
HOW TO GET TO SANTA MARIA NAVARRESE
First stages : From Pedra Longa to Cuile Duspiggius
Indicative time: 3:00 hours Difference in height and development: 625 m. - 4 km Difficulty:E
Second stages : From Cuile Duspiggius to Poltu Quao
Indicative time: 6:00 hours Difference in height and development: 210 m. - 7 km Difficulty:EE
Third stage: From Portu Quao to Cala Goloritzè
Indicative time: 8:00 hours Difference in height and development: 565 m. - 7 km Difficulty:EE
Fourth stage: From Cala Goloritzè to Bacu Mudaloro
Indicative time: 6:00 hours Difference in height and development: 588 m. - 5 km Difficulty:EEA Rappel: 13 m. Distance way climbing: IV + UIAA
Fifth stage: from Bacu Mudaloro to Cuile Mancosu
Indicative time: 5:00 hours Difference in height and development: 400 m. - 3 km Difficulty: EEA Rappel:12 – 15 m.
Sixth stage: From Cuile Mancosu to Cala Sisine
Indicative time: 5:30 hours Difference in height and development: 200 m. - 4 km Difficulty:EEA Rappel: 23 m - 45 m - 45 m - 20 m Distance way climbing: IV + UIAA
Seventh stage: From Cala Sisine to Cala Fuili
Indicative time: 5:00 hours Difference in height and development: 825 m. - 12 km Difficulty:EE
- The accommodation during the distance is outdoor, therefore are needed mat and a sleeping bag.
- The shortage of water, during the summer in Sardinia, doesn’t make the route easy, so that, along the path will be placed water and food rations (specially canned food). Regarding the possibilities to have a wash everyone can exclusively take advantage of the splendid sea of Orosei gulf (of course), which is not reached every day but in five of seven stages.
- It is Better to bring everything that it is considered necessary by oneself, thinking about the weight of the back sack too, which will be with us every day for seven days. A rucksack of 50/55 litre of capacity would be sufficient to contain all things needed to sleep, to rappel and climb rope (only climbing equipment), the food and water for every stop and clothes.
The suggested seasons are autumn, winter and spring.