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Table of contents

1. Vemork bridge 13 routes in Area

Summary:
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seasonality
All Ice

Long/Lat: 8.496849, 59.872603

Description:

The area to the left of the Vemork bridge (opposite side to the ice park)

Approach:

Park on the left before the Vermork bridge, cross bridge, jump the fence off the road and abseil in

1.1. Trollfossen and Susses Veil 2 routes in Area

Summary:
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Trollfossen

"Do NOT climb this waterfall. It is an overflow/release fall for the power plants in the area and can dump tons of water with no warning at any time. Any climbers on he route will die when/if this happens"

FA: "Has been done twice by people who knew better"

Ice
2 ** Suesses Veil

FA: Peter Chapman, 2002

WI2Ice

1.2. Deuterium and Bridge Area 7 routes in Area

Summary:
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Deuterium

Thin at the top, but easy

FA: Jan Stenstrom, Tobias Skog, 1993

WI2Ice
2 Sir Psycho

FA: Per Johanson, Claes Westlund, 1994

WI4Ice
3 * Host

FA: Geir Arne Bore, Jan Ivar Boe, 1993

WI4Ice 50m
4 * Hark

Waterfall to the road

FA: Jo Wang, 1993

WI3Ice
5 *** Vemorkbrufoss Ost

Steep waterfall to left of Vemork bridge

FA: Jon Haukassveen, Knut Luraas, 1990

WI4Ice
6 *** Vemorkbrufoss Vest

Waterfall on right of Vemork bridge

FA: Rune Trap Meyer, 1980

WI5Ice
7 Kokosnotten

Very rarely forms

FA: Scott Miller, Mike Almlert, Jan Stenstrom, 1996

WI4Ice

1.3. Morsom Start and Tungtvann Area 4 routes in Area

Summary:
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Morsom Start

FA: Jon Haukåssveen, 1998

WI4Ice
2 *** Tungtvann

FA: Jan Stenstrøm, Torbjørn Ohlèn, 1993

WI4Ice
3 Shit Happens Again

FA: Jon Haukåssveen, Knut Luraas, 1993

WI4Ice
4 Shit Happens

FA: Jan Stenstrøm, Roger Mild, 1993

WI4Ice

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style Area
WI2 ** Suesses Veil Ice 1.1. Trollfossen and Susses Veil
Deuterium Ice 1.2. Deuterium and Bridge Area
WI3 * Hark Ice 1.2. Deuterium and Bridge Area
WI4 * Host Ice 50m 1.2. Deuterium and Bridge Area
Kokosnotten Ice 1.2. Deuterium and Bridge Area
Sir Psycho Ice 1.2. Deuterium and Bridge Area
*** Vemorkbrufoss Ost Ice 1.2. Deuterium and Bridge Area
Morsom Start Ice 1.3. Morsom Start and Tungtvann Area
Shit Happens Ice 1.3. Morsom Start and Tungtvann Area
Shit Happens Again Ice 1.3. Morsom Start and Tungtvann Area
*** Tungtvann Ice 1.3. Morsom Start and Tungtvann Area
WI5 *** Vemorkbrufoss Vest Ice 1.2. Deuterium and Bridge Area
? Trollfossen Ice 1.1. Trollfossen and Susses Veil