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Approach

Park at Kjerringøy. Follow the trail up to låter vassverk, continuing on up to the lake. From here, right under sæt, then under the north wall at Strandåtind.

Descent beta: Depending on the party, expect 5-7 rapps. Two 60-meter ropes are preferred, as several of the rappels require a full length.

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With a knifeblade ridgeline and on a sunny day, stunning views all the way to Lofoten in the North and Sweden in the East, Stråndtinden traverse is a prized tick.

It´s also the 3rd hardest peak to summit in Norway, so there´s that..

FA: Carl Wilhelm Rubenson, Harald Jentoft & Ferdinand Schjeldrup, 1912

FA: Anders Lundahl & Eva Selin, 1988

This route does not top out

FA: Anders Lundahl & Eva Selin, 2004

FA: Anders Lundahl & Eva Selin, 2003

1 4-
2 7
3 7

FA: Anders Lundhal & Eva Selin, 2001

1 7- A2
2 6+
3 6+
4 5+

FFA: Anders Lundhal & Eva Selin, 2000

FFA: Anders Lundhal & Eva Selin, 2000

FA: Anders Lundhal & Eva Selin, 2001

FA: Anders Ludhal & Eva Selin, 2000

FA: Anders Lundhal & Eva Selin, 2004

FA: Anders Lundhal & Eva Selin, 2003

Ascends crack system on the right side of the south wall. Route descriptions and images here:

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FA: Jo Espen & Stian Bruvoll, Jun 2020

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