If Supramonte is the heart of the Sardinian wilderness then Punta Corrasi certainly represents its crown jewelery, being the highest peak of the entire carbonate massif with its 1463 m a.s.l.
The path that allows you to reach the summit can be approached from different sides, but the most logical access is certainly via the Pradu pass, going through the localities of Maccione and Tuones (Oliena).
The round trip itinerary takes about 4 hours, either you walk along Scal’e Marras or return along the same route of the outward journey. The overall elevation gain is about 550 meters.
For this excursion the minimum number of participants is six. The individual participation fee, which might vary based on the number of participants, starts at 25 euros.