We’re thrilled to announce just another achievement in our ongoing commitment to climbing safety and sustainability: the rebolting of the Puschtra crag with titanium bolts! 

After the successful upgrades of Biddiriscottai and Casarotto, we turned our efforts to Puschtra, a little and almost forgotten crag at the south end of Cala Fuili. It is a small cave just above the sea equipped with some awesome overhanging routes.

7 routes are now completely rebolted with TITANIUM:

  1. Stessa spiaggia stesso mare:  7b+ / 20 m
  2. Puschtra: 7a+ / 20 m
  3. Nevrotica: 7a+ / 20 m
  4. My way: 7a+ / 20 m
  5. Le cause perse: 7a / 20 m
  6. Corvo rosso: 7a+ / 25 m
  7. Chi rompe paga: 6b+ / 25 m

Thanks to the hard work of our team and invaluable support from volunteers, every single bolt and lower-off at Puschtra has been replaced with high-grade titanium hardware.

Why This Matters:

  • Safety First: Titanium bolts significantly reduce the risk of corrosion from sea salt and heat, ensuring a safer climbing experience.
  • Sustainability: By choosing durable materials, we’re preserving our climbing spots for future generations.
  • Community Effort: This project was made possible by the dedication of our local climbing community, showcasing what we can achieve together.
titanium rebolting at the beach cala fuili, cala gonone, titanium bolts in sardinia
titanium rebolting at the beach cala fuili, cala gonone, titanium bolts in sardinia

Get Involved:

Your support is crucial to continue our mission. Whether it’s through donations, volunteering for future projects, or participating in our climbing courses, every bit of help counts towards making Sardinia’s crags safer and more enjoyable for all.

A Heartfelt Thank You:

We want to extend a huge thank you to everyone who has supported Climbing Sardinia’s initiatives. Your generosity, time, and passion are what make these projects a success. Let’s keep the momentum going and ensure that our beautiful island remains a premier destination for climbers worldwide.

Stay Safe and Keep Climbing,

The Climbing Sardinia Team