Norway - New Big Wall Iceby Dougald MacDonald / Climbing.com Mar/2009
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Bjorn-Elvind Aartun climbed two routes on the 1,000-meter-high Kjerag massif directly above the open sea in Lysefjord in southwestern Norway.
Meanwhile, the German climber Robert Jasper made two separate trips to Norway to climb three different huge ice routes. First was the new route Into the Wild (900m, WI6 X) in Gudvangen, climbed with Markus Stofer.
Full report by Dougald MacDonald (with action photos) on Climbing.com
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