Guidebooks for Sardinia
Sardinia has long being known as a rock climbing destination with its wild and spectacular rocky interior and coastline. There are many established sport climbing crags across the island including the popular areas at Cala Gonone, Domusnovas & Isili. These sport climbing areas are mainly single pitch, though at Supramonte, situated between Dorgali and Oliena, there is a big wall rock climbing area with many bolted multi-pitch routes up to 400m long. Sardinia also offers some great granite bouldering around Nuoro and the capital Cagliari. With its abundance of quality routes, cheap flights, and great weather for rock climbing throughout the year, it is easy to understand why rock climbing holidays in Sardinia has always been popular.
All of these rock climbing guidebooks for Sardinia are in stock (unless otherwise stated) and are dispatched within 2 working days (usually 24 hours) from the UK.
Price:£44.95Pietra di Luna - A guide to rock climbing in Sardinia describes more than 3600 single pitch sports routes all over the island of Sardinia. The guidebook covers the popular areas of Cala Gonone, Domusnovas, Isili, Jerzu and Baunei. In total it describes 20 main rock climbing areas, detailing 176 different crags and over 3600 routes. Published in October 2011 (5th Edition) this guidebook is written in English text. All of the routes are illustrated on colour photo-topos, with French sport grades used throughout. There are many stunning photographs in this guidebook showing the excellent climbing to be found in Sardinia. More Information
Price:£20.00This is a selective guidebook covering some of the Mediterranean’s finest rock climbs in 7 different countries. The guidebook details 113 multi-pitch routes in Spain, France, Italy, Malta, Croatia, Greece and Turkey. The routes chosen will suit the mid-grade climber with 27 routes from F4 to F5, 52 routes from F6a+ to F6b+, and 34 routes from F6c to F7a. In total 25 different climbing areas are covered with all the routes described in great detail. Each route is shown on a colour photo topo, along with information regarding gear required, type and style of the climbing, approach and descent information. Published in 2014 and written in French and English text throughout. More Information
This is the comprehensive guidebook covering the trad and multi-pitch rock climbing routes in Sardinia. It complements the separate guidebook covering the single pitch sport routes to Sardinia and is from the same publisher. In total 66 climbing areas are covered, detailing around 1,400 routes. Published in December 2014, all the routes are shown on colour photo topos along with a route description.More Information
Out of stock |Arrampicare a Cala Gonone is the comprehensive guidebook that covers all the sport climbing and rock climbing around Cala Gonone and Dorgali in Sardinia. The guidebook covers the popular areas of Fuili, La Poltrona and I Tornanti, and Cala Luna. In total it describes 23 main rock climbing areas/crags and over 1,000 routes (across all grades) including the big wall crags at Monte Oddeu in Supramonte. The guidebook was re-published in April 2013 and is in Italian, German and English text throughout, with all routes shown on colour photo topos. More Information
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This guidebook is now out of print, with no known re-publishing date. Arrampicare ad Alghero, Sassari e dintorni is the comprehensive guidebook for all the sports climbing and rock climbing around Alghero and Sassari in northern Sardinia. In total it describes 20 main rock climbing areas/crags and nearly 600 routes (across all grades). Virtually all the routes described are single pitch sports routes on limestone rock, though there are some multi-pitch routes up to 140m long near Alghero, which also offers some sea cliff climbing. The guidebook was published in April 2007 and is in Italian, German and English text throughout.More Information
Price:£19.99This book covers the various rock climbing, sports climbing, bouldering and deep water soloing in France, Italy, Malta, Portugal, Spain and Morocco, and will help you plan your next rock climbing holiday to south western Europe. A general introduction is given to each country, with lots of photographs, maps and background information, that make you want to go and climb in these countries. Published in December 2007 and in English text throughout. More Information