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Sardinia Bouldering, Part 1 – Monte Lu Bagnu, An Untouched Paradise

This bouldering looks mega good.

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Eadan Cunningham writes on Youtube, “I head to Sardinia after 7 months of travelling and bouldering in and around the Alps. My main goal is to find a new bouldering area to develop, I strike gold.  Follow my adventure as I find, clean and climb some of the best boulders I have ever touched.”

And if you go repeat any problems or add new ones Cunningham wants to know!” If you do go check out this area please let me know what you think or if you need extra info just ask. Would be good to get some feedback on the problems and grades. Also if you do new problems it would be cool if you let me know as I can add them to the topo.”


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