The below map shows all the hikes I have made into the Sulcis Mountains to date. I have geotagged my photos and these can be viewed on the map by moving the mouse pointer over the camera icons (you'll need to zoom in on this map to see them all: hold Ctrl while rolling the mouse-wheel, or click the arrows next to the track list). Open map in new window . Map is not designed for viewing on a phone
The default map is OpenTopoMap as it clearly shows the topography, but many other maps can be selected using the drop-down on the top-right of the map. Other particularly useful maps are , it:IGM1:100k, OSM(TFOutdoors), and WorldAerial. Sadly google maps are no longer available.
For more information on each hike, including a slideshow, profile and to download GPX, use the links below:
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You can also download the Google Earth version here
More Sulcis paths:
- These great maps show the local paths from the Regional Trail Network of Sardinia : North PDF and South PDF
- Some of these also appear on this online portal: http://www.sardegnasentieri.it
- There are some great PDF publications by SIC Foresta di Monte Arcosu, especailly this Guida naturalistica PDF
- Another good source of trail routes is Wikiloc, especially using Google Earth (expand Gallery and turn on Wikiloc icons. Then 'display on map')
My Next Hikes:
I use Google Earth (screenshot below, click for high res-image), Wikiloc (Viewable in GE's Gallery) and Garmin BaseCamp to plan my hikes. Georeferenced image-overlays from GE can be imported into BaseCamp to provide free background mapping.
I have the following hikes lined up for my next trips to Sardinia:
To avoid hunting season, websearch for calendario venatorio regione sardegna to get latest timetable. In 2018/19 it was between 30th September 2018 to 31 January 2019, Sundays and Thursdays only.
17.8 km, n/a
5.6 km, n/a
Trails 217 & 203
24.6 km, n/a