Multipitch climbing courses

We believe that climbing multi-pitches is the best way to understand the true nature of Climbing. There are almost 1000 multi-pitches Sardinia, many of which are bolted on sea crags and can reach 400 meters of height.

Our Multipitch Climbing Courses will teach you all the necessary knowledge needed to enjoy safely all bolted multi-pitches. From the best practice in belaying the first and second to threading anchoring points and various abseiling techniques, we will take you through the whole process towards becoming an all-round climber.

Prior to start a Multipitch Climbing course it is important to have a decent experience in lead climbing. You should also have a good understanding of belaying a lead climber, the course will concentrate on more important things if you have already covered the basics yourself.

You will need to have your own climbing shoes and a rucksack (40 liters minimum) to help carrying the equipment to the crag.

You should be wearing appropriate clothing to the specific season and climbing location. Wear good trainers and no open shoes. You should have some light snacks, water and personal items.


Equipment use and maintenance: understanding all equipment, its correct use and proper care

Knots: common knots for security, belaying and abseiling (Eight knot, bowline, Italian hitch, clove hitch, prusik etc.)

Abseiling: abseiling on a double rope, single rope and auto-moulinette using ATC devices, Italian hitch, GiGi plate, or two carabiners 

Belaying: how to belay a second climber using assisted-locking devices and knots (Reverso, GiGi, Italian hitch)

Anchoring points: threading various types of anchoring point with static and dynamic systems, analysing Pro & Cons

Climbing a rope: emergency techniques on how to climb a rope using available equipment (reverso + cordino)

Emergency manoeuvres: turning a self-locking belay system in a lowering system. Emergency retreat and abseiling


Climbing Sardinia provides all equipment excluding climbing shoes only. Participants must wear comfortable clothes and carry water and snacks for the day. 

Provided by Climbing Sardinia

  • ropes
  • carabiners and quickdraws
  • slings and other accessories

You should have

  • harness
  • helmet
  • climbing shoes
  • large rucksack
  • slings and carabiners
  • enough water and snacks for the day
  • (summer) sun-cream and hat
  • (winter) down jacket and gloves


Costs vary depending on group size. Our instructors can look after 2 people max

The daily price ranges from €160 to €280, depending on group size


The best location for a multi-pitch course in Sardinia is the area of Dorgali/Oliena, which has plenty of easy multi-pitches.