Riu di Sarcerei
While descending Sarcerei you ask yorself if this is Sardinia or the Alps.
||Riu di Sarcerei
|Entrance altitude (above sea level)
|Exit altitude (above sea level)
||a few different rock kinds
||Possible. Can do without.
||Michele Angileri, Renato Donati, Andrea Pucci, Stefano Siloni; april 30 2007. The canyon had remains of old rusted bolts, showing someone else had descended it before us.
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I remember ...
We were in Sardinia to explore unknown canyons, but unfortunately weather wasn't good. Rain and showers every day,
and you know canyons are the worst place to be in case of showers. So it was not easy for us to decide to try
We were lucky: there was only little thin rain, and all went good. Sarcerei prooved to be harder than we imagined ...
At the end, while we went up to the car under thin rain, amidst the clouds, inside a green valley of grass and
high trees, we felt to be in Val d'Aosta rather than Sardinia ...
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