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The climbing area at Glesnes is situated on the southern tip of Sotra. The wall is very steep, with 20 to 30 degree overhangs. The quality of the rock is lower than other walls on Sotra, but in return the wall offers exciting hòlklatring.
A small wall but with very high rock quality. It has decent, slightly overhanging rock faces. The wall is west facing and has sun from about 3pm.
Bø I Telemark
Gygrestolen is a unique rock formation and a well-known landmark around Bø. The trail up to it is steep and difficult with an altitude difference of...
NOK 1 200,-
per 4-bedded cabin per night
Høyt & Lavt Vestfold is the largest climbing park in Scandinavia
“Via Ferrata” is Italian for iron road. This is a climbing route where you are secured to the rock by means of a steel cable. There are also iron rungs in the steepest sections, making the ascent safe and relatively simple.
One of Nortern Europe's best sport climbing crags for hard and steep climbing is located in Hell.
Around 80 routes, ranging from 5- to 9+, though most...
Flatanger is a new proving ground for hard sport climbing, and it has been drawing elite climbers from around the world. The area’s Hanshelleren cave...
For adults and children over 1 metre or 4 years of age.
The Climbing Forest is located next to the Mineral Park, in a natural pine forest surrounde...
For those who want to try ice climbing i one of the easily accessible waterfalls in Hemsedal. You will learn safety techniques, climbing...
Climb to the top of the mountain using permanently installed rope ladders and wires, secured all the way to the top.
Accompanied by a licenced guide....