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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.
Climb the classic tower of Innerdalen, 1.452 meters above sea level! «Innerdalstårnet», is a majestetic mountain in Innerdalen. The Innerdalen, is a va...
An exciting and challenging activity where you learn to rappell down a cliff of 15 meters with climbing equipment. Several options of routes. Available...
Voss Klatrepark offers a high ropes course with 55 different balance and climbing obstacles, where the highest activity is located more than 12 meters...
Klatreverket is Norway's largest climbing centre, with about 1700 m² of climbing and 700 m² of bouldering. The highest walls are 14 metres high, and t...
Rogaland with its many beaches is perhaps not the most obvious area to associate with rock climbing.
The county is, however, an eldorado for rock c...
We guide you through the whole process and safely secure you during the climb. The climbing is done with top rope, secured from the ground and supervised by the guide. This is a cold, but fun activity! We make sure you stay warm with thick snowmobile suit, gloves and boots. You are at the most 4 participants at a time and will have time for rest and a hot drink or two.
You must wear sturdy mountain boots that can have crampons mounted. Although we provide snowmobile suit etc, be dressed for being outdoors the whole afternoon, in potential wind and cold.
Fjellsentralen is run by mountain guide (UIAGM/IVBV/IFMGA)
Jørgen Aamot who lives in Hemsedal. Fjellet Kaller offers a
two day ice climbing course and...
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....