Andersnatten

Climbs 21 – Rocktype Gneiss – Altitude 663m a.s.l – Faces SE

Crag features
Many climbs at grades 5 to 8-. Routes from 2 - 6 rope lengths with one traverse at 10 lengths. Approach from the parking area into the forest heading to the right of the visible mountain. Very exposed, most climbs start quite slack on the slab building up to vertical. Rapell from the ridge at the south side on a route which is 2 rope lengths.

The routes are included in the Oslo guide. There is also some bouldering in the area, which is covered in the Drammen guide (although no grades are documented).

Ice also forms in winter. Den Hvite Stripa in particular offers thin, technical climbing

Approach notes
The gravel road leads to a large parking area by a lake and some cabins. The road is unmanned but a payment of 50kr is required to park where money is left in an envelope and posted before driving the gravel road.

Guidebooks
Klatrefører for Oslo og omegn (2013), Drammensgranitt (2009)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
 Climb nameGrade
 SØRVESTVEGGEN  
2Pingvinrutan6-  
3Kiropraktorenn6  
 SØRØSTVEGGEN  
5Friendlyn6+ * 
6Bygern6-  
7Naturlig avvenningn6+  
8Salatbarn6  
9Sikringskostn6  
10Sydøstveggenn6  
11Andersnatten 2000n7- * 
12Den hvite stripan6 *** 
13Den svarte stripan7- 1
14Stjernedryssn7+  
15Stjerneskuddn7+  
16Voksen smakn7+  
17Via Synnen8-  
18Opp sa-san8  
19Passo doblen7+  
20Direkte fra sofaenn7-  
21Eggeskalletn6+  
22Fra Madagaskarn7  
23Black Uhurun7  
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There's a nice article about climbing Den Hvite Stripa in winter here: http://www.norsk-klatring.no/Inspirasjon/Klassikern/Den-hvite-stripa
Big Lee - 09/Nov/14