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Mount Ghiveri

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m 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 -100 -200 12 10 8 6 4 2 km
difficult
Distance 12.2 km
4:33 h
631 m
631 m
On top of an extremely panoramic peak on the border between Supramonte and Baronia

From the village of Cala Gonone you can reach the Gustui district on Via Marco Polo or Via Codula 'e Gustui, on a steep climb. Leaving the last houses, you arrive at a paved road that goes up in the direction of Mount Ghirveri, directly above the tourist town from the north. Go past the detour to the panoramic road of Margheddie, and continue on the paved uphill road until you reach the pass of Bucca 'e Irghiriai. Here the road changes slope with a beautiful view, crossing a stretch dug into the mountain. Immediately after the pass, on the right, take a dirt road for a few metres, keeping an eye on the right side of the walls above. There you will find an uphill passage, marked by a ceramic plate. You take it, crossing the ridge line with a beautiful view of the Gulf and Cala Gonone, and following a clear path that gradually rises on bare slopes full of radiant junipers. The slope falls down near the large plateau below the peak of Ghirveri, now visible to the north. Keep to the left

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