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1 M3 150m
2 M3 30m
3 M3 30m
4 M4 30m
5 M4 30m
6 M5 40m

The approach exposes you to avalanche terrain; caution required. Descend via normal way.

FA: Rune Harjo Jensen & Alexander Nordvall, 2020

1 4
2 6-
3 6
4 5+
5 5+
6 2
7 7-
8 7+
9 5+
10 4

There´s some initial admission ticket vegetation climbing on the lower portion of the route. The remaining pitches are high quality climbing on good friction granite.

A long traverse to the right below the top third of the face (after 5 pitches) leads to the base of two obvious dihedrals. The biggest dihedral to the right has a lot of vegetation, so climb the left hand one. This is the crux section of the route and starts with a perfect finger crack that eventually turns into a hand crack (#3 Camalot). The crux section is steep but is easily aid climbed if you can't manage the 7+ climbing.

FA: Stian Bruvoll & Jo Espen, Jul 2019

1 3
2 5+
3 5-
4 5+
5 5

It´s 5 pitches to the last rapp station or 12 pitches to the summit

1 4+
2 5-
3 5
4 4
5 4+
6 4+

5 pitches to the last rapp station. Bail from here or continue to the summit via klubbruta

1 4 40m
2 4+ 35m
3 4 30m
4 4+ 30m
5 4 30m
6 4 30m

From the last belay station (P6) it´s another 6ish rope lengths of scrambling to the top. From the summit, descend via Northern side.

An outrageous, overhanging open project

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