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Gola di Gorropu

Strada Statale 125 km 183, 08040, Sardinia, Italy
+39 328 897 6563
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Starting from Genna Silana - tough hike

Gola di Gorropu itself is a head-spinning experience. Astonishing power of nature. We were lucky to... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Lucylein P
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Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Amazing gorge and beautiful hike but quite tough

I parked the car at the hotel on the SS125 using the previously provided GPS coordinates (thanks... read more

Reviewed 15 May 2017
SimoneAus
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1 week ago
“Starting from Genna Silana - tough hike”
15 May 2017
“Amazing gorge and beautiful hike but quite tough”
Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
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Strada Statale 125 km 183, 08040, Sardinia, Italy
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Gola di Gorropu itself is a head-spinning experience. Astonishing power of nature. We were lucky to see some climbers on the Hotel Supramonte. Beware that if you start decent from Genna Silana and then back the same trail it will be tough and exhausting. Make...More

Thank Lucylein P
Reviewed 15 May 2017 via mobile

I parked the car at the hotel on the SS125 using the previously provided GPS coordinates (thanks) and followed the signs to the trail. It is very easy to follow however quite steep and rocky and slippery in places. Took me 1.5 hours to walk...More

Thank SimoneAus
Reviewed 11 May 2017 via mobile

We hiked back and fourth from Passo Ghenna Silana. Technically an easy hike, but given the 700 m decent - and ascent! - it became a rather tough day. And it is not 4 km as they claim, but 5 km. But it was nevertheless...More

Thank Tomas Å
Reviewed 26 March 2017

First of all, it is an amazing trip (I would say the best we did in Sardinia). Definitely, do not go when the weather is rainy as the way gets dangerous (the stones can get slippery and there might also be landslides. We did trekking...More

4  Thank Iva S
Reviewed 29 November 2016

We followed the easiest route to the Canyon from the car park and enjoyed the walk in. The canyon itself is spectacular and we enjoyed exploring. We did keep looking nervously upwards though as the cliffs tower above and in places are overhanging. There are...More

2  Thank bbbythesea
Reviewed 11 November 2016

We hiked to Su Gorropu from the Fiumineddu valley, same approach as for Tiscali. It's a longish hike in and return, about 15k in total, not difficult but a bit of a grind with little in the way of views until you get to the...More

1  Thank Vecchio John S
Reviewed 25 October 2016

We started our walk from Silana Hotel which was a long scenic descent to the canyon. Although the descent is somewhat hard on the knees and one has to be cautious its well worth it. The canyon itself is nice but beware of the slippery...More

2  Thank Claudine G
Reviewed 24 October 2016

We did this walk at the end of September. With the words of others who had done it only the day before, " it's easy, I did it in sandals" ringing in our ears, we donned suitable walking shoes and back packs with food and...More

3  Thank pghs2015
Reviewed 18 October 2016

it starts from over 1000m height and gores down to 200m with the most silent and wonderful views ever seen ! The Alps are quite similar, and it snows sometimes in winter. The valley has its own Canyon which is the largest in Europe, all...More

1  Thank StefanoPedditzi
Reviewed 4 October 2016

My partner and I walked this from Supramonte, the bikers cafe, and this is the longest walk at 4km but well worth it! Paid the €5 to go into the canyon too which entailed some great bouldering. The canyon in broken into Green, Yellow &...More

Thank Kevin D
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JulesbSouthLondon
We would like to walk in the national park and have a 6 month old baby who we will carry in a baby bjorn carrier. Are the trails in the park suitable and also which hikes would you recommend? Many thanks Julia
18 May 2016|
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Response from Lara P | Reviewed this property |
Hi Julia! I will recommend you to visit Oliena and Orgosolo surroundings! there you can find easy hikes. Gorropu Canyon is a must! you have 2 options to reach the canyon,you should take the plainest one. The sloping one... More
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