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Rock Climbing in Sirdal

Rock Climbing in Sirdal Photo: Hans Jørgen Moe
Rock Climbing in Sirdal Photo: Hans Jørgen Moe

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Sirdal is a paradise for rock climbers offering a wide range of sports routes and some trad climbing. The most popular climbs are found in Hunnedalen, Sirekrok and Liland. Most areas are very easily accessible and within short distance from the road. When using Sirdal as a base it is also possible to make daytrips to Setesdal, Gloppedalen or Kjeragmassivet for climbing.

For further information and maps, see www.brv.no or www.sirdal.no.

Bouldering is also popular in Sirdal, with bouldering spots in Hunnedalen, Lysebotn and Gloppedalen near by. For more information concerning bouldering in the area see www.buldreinfo.com.

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Rock Climbing in Sirdal - Photo: Hans Jørgen Moe

Rock Climbing in Sirdal

Sirdal is a paradise for rock climbers offering a wide range of sports routes and some trad climbing. The most popular climbs are found in Hunnedalen,...

Rock Climbing in Sirdal

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There are two tourist information offices in Sirdal. Here you will find all the information you need to plan your holiday in the area.

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