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Trekking path to pischina urtaddala-flumineddu-gorroppu
Sardinia
This is the heart of the Sardinian supramonte, in its solitary grandeur and atmosphere. The beautiful hiking trail that descends steeply from Campos Bargios sequence leads to the cave of Pischina Urtaddala, Sa Giuntura (meeting of the codula Orbisi and Flumineddu) Pieghe del Flumineddu and the gorroppu canyon. They are all spectacular geological formations that leave a great thrill to visitors whether real or virtual!
Copyright: Ivan Sgualdini
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Taken: 20/05/2012
Uploaded: 20/05/2012
Updated: 07/08/2014
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Tags: trekking; hiking; outdoor; mountain; gorge; canyon; lake; wild; sardinia; sardegna; exticing; nature; landscape; river; path; geological; ancient
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