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tinytommy 6 Jun AltLd O/S
M.Hallen 15 Jul, 2018 AltLd This was my first serious trad multi pitch with steep pitches. After doing Reven (6-), Hægefjell last week, I expected this to be the next step in the learning ladder. (M) lead by me, (H) lead by Håvard. 1st pitch (H) (4+): This felt like a scramble as I followed as second. Still optimistic about the whole project. 2nd pitch (M) (6): I had the pleasure to lead this infamous pitch of 25 meters with only 3 bolts. However, the face was scattered with small waves, and finding friction was not hard, even in the heat. The first bolt was the psychological crux for me. Other than that, the hard moves were always placed right after a bolt. 3rd pitch (H) (6-): The single hard move on this pitch was right in the beginning. It felt harder than any move on the previous pitch. Nice climbing followed for the rest of the pitch. 4th pitch (M) (5+): This is where the route starts to steepen, and the nervousness kicked in for me. The pitch traverses quite far right, and I struggled to find good gear. The right-leaning edge had a small piton in it, but I definitely wanted some better gear than the small cam I backed up the piton with. Then the pitch turns back left through a boulder move and up to the roof. Unsure about where the route went from here, I placed the belay. 4th pitch cont. (H) (5+): I turned out that the pitch went straight up from the belay through steep grounds but on good jugs. 5th pitch (H) (5+): The first few moves were challenging up to the bolt on a single medium good cam. After this, the route traverses left on easier climbing, turning around a small corner and up to the right-wards awesomely good crack. Håvard placed the belay on the good ledge (besides the grass ledge) as described in a few reports. However, in retrospect, I think we should have climbed a few more meters to the crack system in the small chimney. The belay station was on quite bad gear, even though the ledge was big. 6th pitch (H) (5-): The first 4 meters from the ledge were as challenging as the previous pitch. I would say around 5+ (which also supports my belief about the belay placement). However, there was no gear on these few meters, so a fall would result in a fall on the belay (on bad gear), so it felt quite risky. The rest of the pitch was really nice on good gear. Top belay at the tree. Abseiled “Den sorte stripa” in three long followed by one short rappel (60m double ropes). In total, we spent almost 11 hours, more than the double of what we anticipated. Nerves and steep terrain on sometimes spacious gear made this the most challenging climb for me to the current date. This definitely counted for some of the extra time we spent.
with Håvard Estensen
This was my first serious trad multi pitch with steep pitches. After doing Reven (6-), Hægefjell last week, I expected this to be the next step in the learning ladder. (M) lead by me, (H) lead by Håvard. 1st pitch (H) (4+): This felt like a scramble as I followed as second. Still optimistic about the whole project. 2nd pitch (M) (6): I had the pleasure to lead this infamous pitch of 25 meters with only 3 bolts. However, the face was scattered with small waves, and finding friction was not hard, even in the heat. The first bolt was the psychological crux for me. Other than that, the hard moves were always placed right after a bolt. 3rd pitch (H) (6-): The single hard move on this pitch was right in the beginning. It felt harder than any move on the previous pitch. Nice climbing followed for the rest of the pitch. 4th pitch (M) (5+): This is where the route starts to steepen, and the nervousness kicked in for me. The pitch traverses quite far right, and I struggled to find good gear. The right-leaning edge had a small piton in it, but I definitely wanted some better gear than the small cam I backed up the piton with. Then the pitch turns back left through a boulder move and up to the roof. Unsure about where the route went from here, I placed the belay. 4th pitch cont. (H) (5+): I turned out that the pitch went straight up from the belay through steep grounds but on good jugs. 5th pitch (H) (5+): The first few moves were challenging up to the bolt on a single medium good cam. After this, the route traverses left on easier climbing, turning around a small corner and up to the right-wards awesomely good crack. Håvard placed the belay on the good ledge (besides the grass ledge) as described in a few reports. However, in retrospect, I think we should have climbed a few more meters to the crack system in the small chimney. The belay station was on quite bad gear, even though the ledge was big. 6th pitch (H) (5-): The first 4 meters from the ledge were as challenging as the previous pitch. I would say around 5+ (which also supports my belief about the belay placement). However, there was no gear on these few meters, so a fall would result in a fall on the belay (on bad gear), so it felt quite risky. The rest of the pitch was really nice on good gear. Top belay at the tree. Abseiled “Den sorte stripa” in three long followed by one short rappel (60m double ropes). In total, we spent almost 11 hours, more than the double of what we anticipated. Nerves and steep terrain on sometimes spacious gear made this the most challenging climb for me to the current date. This definitely counted for some of the extra time we spent.
with Håvard Estensen
ilbuiz 1 Jul, 2017 AltLd O/S all trad barring 4 bolts on the slab pitch. I did the crux pitch (even number)
all trad barring 4 bolts on the slab pitch. I did the crux pitch (even number)
Big Lee 4 Oct, 2015 AltLd O/S Classic route! Second pitch wasn't bold in my eyes. Three bolts nicely spaced but the pitch was fairly short and steady for the grade. Steeper pitches higher up were really enjoyable on big features.
with Sten Hatlen
Classic route! Second pitch wasn't bold in my eyes. Three bolts nicely spaced but the pitch was fairly short and steady for the grade. Steeper pitches higher up were really enjoyable on big features.
with Sten Hatlen
davewragg 6 Jun, 2015 AltLd O/S Great climbing and a great line. Misread the topo and went off a bit in the wrong direction on the headwall, but soon got back on route. Quique slipped off the overlap at the start of pitch 2 and had to retreat. Crux pitch has no hard moves but is sustained.
with Quique bayarri, Matt Steffensen
Great climbing and a great line. Misread the topo and went off a bit in the wrong direction on the headwall, but soon got back on route. Quique slipped off the overlap at the start of pitch 2 and had to retreat. Crux pitch has no hard moves but is sustained.
with Quique bayarri, Matt Steffensen
Helge Øystein Maakestad ??, 1987 Lead O/S trad
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