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Shared By: Martin Jensen on May 26, 2015
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Oslo is the capital of Norway and there are plenty of good places for rock climbing during the summer.

Getting There

By plane to one of the three airport; Oslo Airport, Sandefjord Airport or Rygge Airport.

By car; the E6 north from Gothenburg and the E18 west from Stockholm both lead to Oslo.

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Kyle Olson 1   Bozeman, MT
Climbing in Oslo has something for everybody with lots of places accessible by buses and trains alone. Trad, sport, multiptch, bouldering (not a boulderer personally, but it is there). There are many fantastic places but it is necessary to have the local guide book. While it is in Norwegian it has good sketches and fair ratings. The book is called "Klatrefører for Oslo og Omegn".

kolsaas.no/klatreforer-oslo/

It has a great map of the area. Personally, I recommend Vardåsen for long multipictches. Hauktjen is a great day crag, and Kolsås for fun trad. All of which you do not need a car to reach if you use the public transport. Explore the book for more! Jul 16, 2018

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