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Rock climbing on Heklefjell

Rock climbing on Heklefjell Photo: Beito Aktiv & Skiskole
Rock climbing on Heklefjell Photo: Beito Aktiv og Skiskole
Rock climbing on Heklefjell

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At Heklefjell, we have a rock face that has been develloped for climbing. At our guided tours, you can experience the challenge and excitement in a safe way. All necessary equipment is included. There are routes suitable for both beginners and experienced climbers. We can do top rope climbing, abseiling and climbing on lead.

More information on our website.
Booking with one days notice at Tel. (+47) 61 34 13 60 or E-mail kontor@beito-aktiv.com

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Rock climbing on Heklefjell - Photo: Beito Aktiv & Skiskole

Rock climbing on Heklefjell

At Heklefjell, we have a rock face that has been develloped for climbing. At our guided tours, you can experience the challenge and excitement in a sa...

Rock climbing on Heklefjell

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