/ DWS in Sardinia?
Thanks a lot!
The place we always suggest to guests is 30 mins down the coast from where we live http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sbtFu5_b514
The Golfo di Orosei has loads of things to do but not really documented and only accessible by boat. Mauro Calibani likes the Scala di Ferro near Cala Biriola, further south just as good I think is Cala Magroni see eg http://www.peteranne.it/wp-content/flagallery/dws-deep-water-solo-golfo-di-arbatax-orosei/grotta-mag...
On the west coast there is an arch near Oristano and the Pareti magazine (Italy's main climbing magazine) had an article about Capo Caccia, but this again needs a boat.
"Haven't looked into the sport climbing guide "Pietra di Luna", does it contain a chapter about DWS?" No it doesn't.
Honestly the sports climbing in Sardinia is much better than the DWS, and there is plenty to do in August, plenty of high-up shady crags: Ulassai, Jerzu http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eEAs6Se7Gas Su Telargiu Oro, Serra Oseli, Genna Croce
Thanks a lot Peter, that's great! Can't wait for my summer holiday...
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