400m, 8 pitches. 7/7+, 8, 7/7+, 6+, 8-, 6+, 7-, 6+. Lots of sustained thin crack-climbing. Top pitches often wet.

(First free ascent by Per Hustad and Johan Nilsson, in July 1990. The two first pitches were free climbed in the early 80'ies by H.-C. Doseth.)

Sjur Nesheim, Håvard Nesheim and Frode Guldal Jun/1980

ThunderBeest 09/Sep AltLd dnf

The plan was to go on Pishtaco but due to a lot of seepage we changed plans. Climbing went slow and because of the wind gusts during the night we all barely slept. Temperature was under 5 degrees and fingers and toes were freezing. Freezing, slow progress and a lack of sleep made that we bailed after the second pitch. Incredibly nice climbing! But balls hard! Second time on Blåmann, second time bailing. Tons of respect for eneveryone sending this pearl!

with Skutvik, Johan
Fredrik Nyberg 18/Jul/08 AltLd dog

One of the coolest climbs I've ever been on. We did the whole route as a mix of aid and free climbing. A lot of "french free". 17,5 hours from the base to the top.

with Joakim S?derstr?m
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