CALA GOLORITZE


On the cover of one of the Sardinia guidebooks is the blue, piercing spire of the Aguglia di GoloritzŤ. This impressive pinnacle has become the symbol of climbing on the island. On its own it would be a stunning feature but its location, perched above an incomparable beach and surrounded by huge cliffs, makes this a very special spot. Boat trips to the beach were once banned but they have now restarted in the Summer months. The coast hereabouts is lined with some other huge cliffs. For those looking for adventure the nearby Punta Giradili and Regno dei Ciel will deliver plenty. The former has a magnificent central pillar taken direct by Via Wolfgang Gullich, a 12-pitch 7a, and the latter a Verdon look-a-like sector complete with top-down access.

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2 sport routes (?...?)
Graded List of Routes
List of First Ascents
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Aguglia di Goloritze
The 120m long routes to the summit are themselves a match for their surroundings. Sole Incantatore...
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Sport
Lots of sun!
Downhill

50 mins

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    Sole Incantatore
    "Did this last week. Would confirm grades as 6b (current 1st two pitches, the fir..." 31/Oct top50

    Sinfonia dei Mulini a Vento
    "Please adjust this to 6b+ as is indicated for pitch 5. Pitch 4 is so polished th..." 30/Mar

    Sole Incantatore
    "Oh - another point - the guide suggests you have to be taken to the pinnacle if ..." 01/Jun top50

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