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Summary

Primarily vertical/slab climbing. Lots of recent route development.

Description

Newly developed (and re-developed) crag in 2019-2020, with mostly vertical/slab routes on small holds and crystals. Short, easy approach (<10 minutes) and a good variety of grades.

Approach

Accessible by car or public transport, make your way to the Skullerud ski area where the crag is just visible over the trees. Follow the pedestrian path under the massive ski bridge, across the main ski area, and take the left fork a couple of minutes later. Follow the dirt/asphalt road up for a few minutes and keep left when it splits. You will soon see a wide, flat path leading to the wall. See also this photo which shows the way.

Ethic

Primarily sport climbing, but some nice trad lines as well.

History

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Ongoing development by some local climbers with new lines going up constantly.

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Routes

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New route (2020) on the upper left side of the crag. Starts just right of a big round hole in the wall (a giant's kettle/"jettegryte").

FA: Andreas Skarderud, 27 May 2020

Set: Andreas Skarderud

FA: David Engeland, 18 Sep 2020

Set: Andreas Skarderud

FA: David Engeland, 18 Sep 2020

FA: Alexander Cintelli, 2019

FA: Alexander Cintelli, 26 Aug 2019

FA: David Engeland, 2019

FA: David Engeland, 2019

FA: David Engeland, 2019

FA: David Engeland, 2019

Line going up to and passing the obvious square flake about 5m up. 5 bolts to ledge then 3 more to lower off (incl. anchor).

FA: Alexander Cintelli, 2019

FA: David Engeland, 2019

Extension of Granatsplinter.

FA: David Engeland, Mar 2020

Ends by the anchor of Diedere (alternatively use anchor of Granatsplinter on the left). For the extension, see separate route description. The first bolt after the mid-way rest can be a bit sketchy to clip.

FA: Hjarrand Julsrud

Extension of Jerusalem. As the name indicates, standing on the tree root after the first part of Jerusalem is cheating.

FA: David Engeland, Mar 2020

Extension of the route Diedere.

FA: David Engeland, 2019

Extension of Flyvende buorm. Note: Closed project.

FA: Marius Lee

Set: Marius Lee Berg

FA: John Henry Nilssen, 24 Apr

FA: David Engeland, 24 Sep 2019

FA: Magnus Johansen, Mar 2020

FA: Hjarrand Julsrud

Variation of Biko (bolt project - not yet started).

FA: Stian Unhjem, 2019

FA: David Engeland, 2019

FA: David Engeland, 2019

Shares the three first bolts with Alpenisten, then goes straight up (where Alpenisten goes more right).

FA: David Engeland, Aug 2020

FA: David Engeland, 2019

Rebolting of old traverse in the crack.

FA: Jarrand Julsrud

Not bolted. Just a line that could potentially be done in the future.

This route only goes up to the first anchor. The second part of the route is still an open project called Lyn, which is much harder. The full route will thus be "Lyn & Torden" when completed.

FA: David Engeland, 19 Aug 2020

Start up the right side of the rock/chimney between the rock and the wall. First actual bolt of the route is reached when you stand on top of the rock. The route shares first three bolts with "Kul i baris" before going slightly left and up.

FA: David Engeland, 1 Oct 2020

Start up the right side of the rock/chimney between the rock and the wall. First actual bolt of the route is reached when you stand on top of the rock. The route shares first three bolts with "Falling apache" before going towards the right and up.

FA: David Engeland, Sep 2020

FA: Alexander Cintelli, 19 Aug 2020

Rebolted and cleaned in 2020.

FA: Hjarrand Julsrud

The rightmost route of the wall.

FA: Trond

On the left side of the freestanding rock, climb in the crack between the wall and the rock. Traverses a bit to the right and then up to a shelf on the left, before finishing out on top of the pillar, in the same anchor as Lombardia. There are three fixed draws in the crack traverse, which makes it easy to clean the route while lowering the most logical way (not back down the way you came up).

FA: Alexander Cintelli, Mar 2020

On the left side of the freestanding rock, following the left arete and then up the face on the right of the arrete. You can use the wall on the left too, until you have to traverse out right. Has its own anchor at the top of the face.

FA: Alexander Cintelli, Mar 2020

Route follows one of the aretes on the free-standing rock, and is just left of Bondefangern.

FA: Hjarrand Julsrud

The line of bolts up the left/middle of the detached pillar. Arete, crack, and upper face to lower off. Route name written on the wall (2020). Grade still under discussion.

FA: Andreas Skarderud

Line of bolts up the vertical side of the pillar, to the right of Bondefangern. Grade still under discussion.

FA: Andreas Skarderud

On the right side of the freestanding rock. Goes to the same top section and anchor as Clyde. Note: anchor is quite far up, to the right behind the tree. Grade still under discussion.

FA: David Engeland, Mar 2020

On the right side of the freestanding rock. Goes to the same top section and anchor as Bonnie. Note: anchor is quite far up, to the right behind the tree. Grade still under discussion.

FA: David Engeland, Mar 2020

Up the right side of the rock. You can also use the wall on the right.

FA: Hjarrand Julsrud

FA: Hjarrand Julsrud

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