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Climbing on Beachen

Beachen is one of Norway’s best climbing areas! It offers steep and long climbing routes with good grips, as well as technical slab routes. Almost the entire cliff is protected from the rain, but you may find the steep routes are a little moist in rainy weather. On warm summer days, it can get very hot so it’s best to climb before 14:00 or late in the evening.

There’s a nice bonfire place for a bonfire under the cliff is a nice, which is great when you need a break from climbing. The climbing area is child-friendly but please stay alert for loose stones.

The routes offer everything from long technical slab climbs to pumpfests on overhanging super routes, from short and easy to long and hard routes. The season is from early spring to late autumn.

From Stryn: Drive towards Loen on road Rv60. After about 6 km, stop on the lefthand side of the road at a disused gravel pit.

From Loen: Drive towards Stryn on road Rv60. After about 4 km, stop on the righthand side of the road at a disused gravel pit. Walk 50 metres towards Stryn, turn right at a large boulder and follow the path to the climbing wall.

Last updated: 03/19/2024

Source: Nordfjord

Climbing on Beachen

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