Tackle the most impressive multi-pitch routes on this 4-day climbing trip with Marco, an expert and local guide. Follow him into this wonderful adventure in Sardinia
Get dazzling views on the cliff of Masua and the San Nicolò Canyon
Conquer the Pranu Sartu cliff, near Buggerru
Reach the summit of the famous Pan di Zucchero
South Sardinia offers high and rocky stretches of coastline, amongst wide and deep bays, inlets and rias, as well as some other smaller islands. In other words, is a true rock climbing paradise. And this itinerary is crafted especially for those wishing to enjoy the best of this Eden.
Thus, we’ll follow some of the most mesmerizing multi-pitch, long routes. Most of them are located in Sulcis Iglesiente. Due to the nature of the multi-pitch routes we’ll follow, we’ll be able to get different types of rock. Therefore, it will be an amazing opportunity for different type of climbers.
So, if you are an intermediate climber, wishing to improve your techniques, we’ll tackle the right walls to help you accomplish this. However, if you are an expert who wants to conquer bigger challenges, we’ll most certainly reach the ideal spots for you.
But, no matter your level of expertise, we will all enjoy unique spectacles, and the finest rock quality. Some routes are right by the ocean. And others will be in more isolated places inside the island. Also, if the weather allows it, we will attempt to reach the summit of the iconic Pan di Zucchero.
Request to book this trip and let me be your guide on this wonderful rock climbing adventure in Sardinia. If you want to travel solo, you can join one of my groups. Or you can book it as a private trip.
Looking for another challenge? Check this 2-day Gran Paradiso ascent (4061m) in the Italian Alps that I guide too.
There are plenty of options in Sardinia. But I recommend the B & B Pedra Rubia by the ocean.
This trip is labeled intermediate, and it requires previous experience. The itinerary may vary depending on weather conditions and any other unforeseen situations. The following items are required: harness, shoes, helmet, 3 cords, bucket, 4 carabiners. The material can be supplied
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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Group of 1
|EUR 825 each|
Group of 2
|EUR 413 each|
Want a different number of travellers?
• Guiding fee
• Personal Insurance
• 800 euro total to be divided among the participants. On top of the organization and guide fee, this trip includes the RC insurance and climbing material. The price does not include travel expenses (not including any boat trip to Pan di Zucchero), meals and beverages and any other extra expenses not mentioned here. Maximum two participants.
Marco is a perfect climbing guide. He takes maximum care of his guest. I felt absolutely safe all the time. He knows the local area best and finds always shadowy routes which was very important at this time 34°C.