Ho fatto questo percorso
_Marius All rights reserved
[segnala come inadatto/offensivo]
Visto 2084 volte, scaricato 55 volte
vicino Dorgali, Sardegna (Italia)
Fantastico, non vedo l'ora di fare anche io tutto il percorso!!! https://www.wikiloc.com/hiking-trails/from-cala-luna-to-santa-maria-navarrese-5034900/photo-2585724
Hallo Marius, kannst du bitte sagen, ob diese Route spezielle Ausrüstung benötigt? z.B. fürs abseilen.
No, it's not technically difficult track. It's enough to have sturdy shoes and a bit of endurance :) Maybe hiking poles can help you a bit, but we were without them.Translated via Google Translate:Nein, es ist technisch nicht schwierig Spur. Es ist genug, festes Schuhwerk und ein wenig Ausdauer haben :) Vielleicht Wanderstöcke können Sie ein bisschen helfen, aber wir waren ohne sie.
thank you a lot! in two weeks i will try your track :)
Cool! I wish to come back here :) Look at my screenshot, zoom on map where I marked red dot. Here is very uncertain part of the trail. You need to go through the yard or even more, through the barn. So don't be afraid :) Good luck!https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/16924224/Screen%20Shot%202014-04-15%20at%2012.50.44.png
oh, i will pay attention to this part :) btw, are there any water sources on the trail? i heard its hard to find water on the island.
Not too much. On this particular trail there is bar in Cala Luna and Cala Sisine beach. You can get food, drinks etc here. I just don't know if it works this time of the year. The next water/food source is Rifugio Cooperativa Goloritzè (http://www.coopgoloritze.com/rifugio-altopiano-golgo/) This is good place to stay. Of course you can find some fresh water sources on the trail, but you have to take care of water quality. Distance between these points is not longer than 2-3 hours between Cala Luna and Cala Sisine and 4-6 hours between Cala Sisine Rifugio Cooperativa Goloritzè. But in general about island - yes, you have to take care of water!
i guess this bars are closed in april. anyway, then i will take with me few bottles more :) thank you for information!
Hello Marius, we are thinking of doing a route in the east coast of Sardinia as well. Why exactly did you catergorize this route as "dificult"? What kind of dificulties are there? Do you have to climb?Where did you sleep?Best greets :)
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