Monte Corrasi is the highest peak of the Supramontes, from the top of its 1463 m it dominates at 360° the whole Barbagia area, pushing the eye to the coast of the Gulf of Orosei. The path that starts from the village of Tuones at about 1050 m takes us to the top crossing an almost lunar environment, with rare large trees that here and there peep out among the white expanse of limestone softened in the spring and summer months by beautiful blooms of rare orchids, the Peony Rose, the helichrysum and Santolina and rare endemism that grows only here, the Nepeta Foliosa. The limestone wall has always protected the Supramonte and Corrasi itself, thus preserving untouched corners of nature, without buildings that alter the landscape. The only traces of man are the pinnettos, the ancient sheepfolds of the shepherds who lived in these lands.
Height difference: 550 D+ / 550 D-