Sykehusfossen** WI4
3 pitches. Three pitches. This waterfall can offer quite demanding ice conditions. The first pitch is usually mixed whilst the second is a tough pillar. The last pitch is of a more slabby nature. Descend either by abseil, or walk to the east and locate a gully. © ROCKFAX
Jon Haukåssveen, Robert Saunes 1992
PUBLIC LOGBOOKS
This climb is in 8 logbooks, and on no wishlists.

Pay attention - Lead dnf - 19/Feb/14 with Stewart Young

jarriz - Lead - 30/Jan/13

alan1234 - AltLd O/S - 2012

Upon arriving at the bottom (after a somewhat strenuous approach) we realized that we had forgot most of our screws. Doh! I lead the easy first pitch, but having only 4 screws between us (one of which was in the belay), we decided that the second pitch, which looked a solid WI4, was just not feasible and backed off.
supos - Lead dnf - 29/Dec/10 with Sune Buur

DanielJ - AltLd O/S - 17/Feb/09 with rafael

Quite a long & steep approach... Realy enjoyed the Climb (Volkers axe Blew apart on the 3rd pitch Petzl "1 screw wonder" we picked the pieces up on the way down)
Jamie Degel - Lead O/S - Jan/09 with volker Osterlitz (DAV Hamburg)

Hidden - AltLd O/S - 11/Mar/07

Hidden - AltLd O/S - 11/Mar/07

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