The central crag of Bohuslan, and home to many fine routes.
Haller is probably one of the easiest crags to find in Bohuslan, given its size and that you can easily see it across the field behind Brodalen from the main highway. To drive there, turn into Brodalen from 162 and drive past the Coop grocery store. The road will curve right and go over a small bridge - continue straight on this road until just before the old church on the right side of the road - turn left here (Haller is now clearly visible across the field). Turn right up a driveway with a yellow sign marked "Haller" and park in front of the house.
This might feel strange for North American climbers as you will feel like you're trespassing, but remember that you are in Sweden - the farmer is not going to chase you off with a shotgun. It is ok to park there. It goes without saying that you should keep noise to a minimum and be polite and tidy in the parking area, as you are in front of the farmer's house. Look for the small plastic cup and throw in the suggested fee (at the time of this writing it was less than $1) for the privilege of parking there. On that note, bring some coins with you so you have exact change - there will likely be nobody around to make change for you.
Weather station 39.1 miles from here
2 Total Climbing Routes
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Classic Climbing Routes in Haller
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Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes for Haller:
Tor Line 5.11 6c+ 23 VIII- 23 E4 5c Trad, 2 pitches, 300'
Featured Route For Haller
Mallorol 5.10b 6a+ 19 VII- 19 E2 5b Europe
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An absolutely beautiful route, and one of the "four classic 6-" routes of Bohuslan. The climbing unfolds in a beautiful way on this route, and the position on the clean wall is great.Start in the corner and climb up easy terrain to a big ledge at the base of the clean wall. Near the left edge of the big ledge, climb up over the bulge onto the main wall and gain the crack system. Continue up the crack, then break off and follow the crack system to the right when possible and climb up towards t...[more] Browse More Classics in International