Type: Trad, 800 ft, 7 pitches
FA: ΓΈ moss
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Shared By: knut elde johansen on May 24, 2014
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Access Issue: there are a toll on the road to haegefjell that is the main area for both multipitch trad and excellent granite bouldering Details


This is one of the best offerings in Nissedal following a striking line. It is a long climb with
mostly crack climbing offering different widths.


There is an optional start which adds two friction
pitches. These are seldom climbed as most
people approach by scrambling a ramp to the
start of the 4th pitch (good shoes necessary). Big
cams are invaluable on this climb. Approach - Follow the road along the base of the mountain to a very well-worn path that
branches off the road around 2-300m before you are beneath the route. Continue diagonally
leftwards through the trees, then over slabs to the start of the route, or walk down to the optional start.


some bolts, mostly natural protection, medium rack of cams and nuts


aaron hope
Walnut Creek, CA
aaron hope   Walnut Creek, CA
Awesome climb. First pitch was a bit grassy and weird (beta: take the left corner, not the right one). But it gets great after that. The crux pitch was a bit wet for us (actual crux was dry) but the climbing was easy to avoid the drips. Surprise offwidth on that last pitch was hard! Aug 20, 2014