1-day Climbing Punta Cusidore in Sardinia, NW Ridge

Follow Marco, an aspirant IFMGA mountain guide, to the top of Sardinia's most famous climb, Punta Cusidore, on this one-day rock climbing adventure.




Trip Duration

1 day

Mountain Range

Corsica-Sardinia massif

People per Guide

2 people

Trip Level


Offer Period

Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec

Type of Trip

Not specified


  • Discover the wonders of rock climbing in Sardinia.

  • Explore the dazzling vertical limestone walls.

  • Challenge your rock climbing skills.


Get ready to accomplish one of Sardinia’s most daunting mountaineering challenges. This exciting one-day climb to Punta Cusidore, Italy combines exhilarating routes and stunning views of the Monte Alto chain and Supramonte summits. Follow me and fall in love with this breathtaking place!

The island of Sardinia is mostly known for its beaches and relaxing atmosphere. Yet, it is so much more! Its impressive mountains are perfect for rock climbing and slowly becoming more and more popular. Punta Cusidore is no exception. Even though it is not the island’s highest mountain, its vertical limestone walls are dazzling and a dream come true for every climber.

On this amazing opportunity, we’ll follow the Northwest edge of Punta Cusidore, located in the Oliena area, central Sardinia. The route is 650 meters long of perfect rock and several levels, mostly for intermediate climbers with experience.

So follow me for a thrilling aventure in a true alpine setting and enjoy the adrenaline of a long and invigorating ascent and descent. Book your trip now and let me take care of the rest.

If you want a more challenging setting or want to explore this area further, join me on this rock climbing trip in Cala Gonone or 4-day multi-pitch climbing program in Sardinia.

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Price per person

Group of 1
450 EUR

Group of 2
225 EUR


Price includes

  • Guiding fee
  • Personal Insurance
 Price does not include travel, meals or personal expenses.

Other details

Skill level required


Fitness level required



About the Guide


Aspirant IFMGA/UIAGM Mountain Guide
My name is Marco Bigatti, nicknamed “Il Biga”. I was born in Milan, I started climbing in 2006 and since then I have not been able to tear myself away from the vertical world. I turned my passion into a job, becoming Mountain Guide in October 2017, the first mountain guide that lives all the year in Sardinia.
I experience the mountains from a 360-degree point of view. I have practiced all disciplines of climbing in the Alps: rock climbing, alpinism, ice climbing , as well as ski mountaineering.

In addition to alpinism, I love pure sport climbing, seeking out the best climbing sectors throughout the entire Alpine range. But it was in Sardinia that I found a paradise of crags, in particular in the south-west of the island, where you are able to enjoy all types of climbing throughout the year.
I offer climbing day or trips for beginners or experienced climbers who need a guide, multipitch packages for those who want to live an alpine experience, climbing courses, all-inclusive climbing holiday with accommodation in our nice B&B by the sea, guided trekking and mountain biking tours.



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What People are Saying about Marco Bigatti


Marco was an excellent guide! Our communication before, during and after the tour was excellent which helped us be very well prepared and enjoy our adventure. Furthermore, he was very well prepared and supported us thought the tour. I\'d highly recommend this tour with Marco!
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Elena Ntagka
Marco was an excellent guide. He made both my girlfriend and I feel very relaxed and safe, whilst pushing us when needed. Would highly recommend!
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Theo Williams
Marco, was simply amazing! Very helpful and accommodating especially with working with our schedule. He pushed us all to be keep going(and watch our footing)!
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DeVette Taylor - Scripps
Really enjoyed the Pan Di Zucchero, perfect for beginner climbing like myself. Marco was a great guide, lovely to chat too and I felt really safe during the climb.
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Mary Claire Sheridan

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