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Sørmarka Arena climbing wall

Sørmarka Arena climbing wall Photo: Folkehallene Sørmarka Arena climbing wall Photo: Folkehallene Sørmarka Arena climbing wall Photo: Folkehallene
Sørmarka Arena climbing wall Photo: Folkehallene
Sørmarka Arena climbing wall Photo: Folkehallene
Sørmarka Arena climbing wall Photo: Folkehallene

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Norway’s toughest climbing wall is at Sørmarka Arena. Beginners and experts will be stretched at our ‘monsterwall’ which is 17m high and has about 1000 m² of climbing surfaces. The wall has a great variety of angles and steepness allowing the wall to cater to all levels of climbers.

If you have a Brattkort you can climb with your partner when you like, or if you have a sikringskort you can climb on toprope when our instructors are present.

Beginners can try our offer ‘prøv å klatre’ or ‘try climbing’ where no experience or equipment is needed. All our different courses and climbing offers can be booked on our website under Hva skjer, kurs og aktivitetskalender.

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Sørmarka Arena climbing wall

Norway’s toughest climbing wall is at Sørmarka Arena. Beginners and experts will be stretched at our ‘monsterwall’ which is 17m high and has about...

Sørmarka Arena climbing wall

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