3 pitches.

Rockfax Description
An excellent climb - fully bolted and slabby throughout. The route can be done on 50m ropes with a bit of simultaneous climbing on pitch 1 although 55m ropes will make the job easier! The route follows the clean slabby rib on the right-hand side of the open valley of Baremlandsfjellet.
Approach - From the parking follow the track toward the cliff then a less well defined right-hand branch until it fades. Continue in the same direction to a Hansel and Grettle house in a clearing then up steeper ground to the cliff - 15mins from the car.
The route starts off a ledge with a big oak on it reached by a short scramble up the groove on the left. 15 quick-draws should cover it.
1) N5+, 55m. Climb the slabs rightwards, then direct, before harder moves lead back left. Easier climbing leads to a ledge by a tree.
2) N5+, 50m. Continue up slabs linking grooves to a couple of blank moves at about half-height. Above this, move out left and follow flakes and grooves to another good ledge.
3) N6-, 40m. Climb the slab, tending left, to reach a thin move up to an overlap. Above this keep trending left to reach easy ground and a fat tree belay complete with abseil slings.
Descent - Either abseil the route or continue to the top and take the pleasant hike down. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
A completely bolted slab climb which is three pitches long and suitable for a short day/ evening visit. Pleasant.

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Logged Ascents

User Date Style Notes & Partners
Azzurro94 28 Jul Lead O/S
Big Lee 30 Jun AltLd G/U Led the first and third pitches. It started to rain at the first bolt on the first attempt, so I down-climbed in order to wait for it to pass. Next attempt my feet slipped directly above the same bolt due to the rock not having properly dried out. Next attempt went fine. It rained again briefly whilst Kristian seconded the first pitch, and again at the first belay, but the rock dried quickly afterwards. The first pitch felt like the crux pitch, but that might have been due to poorer friction immediately after the rain.
with Kristian Bekkby
Led the first and third pitches. It started to rain at the first bolt on the first attempt, so I down-climbed in order to wait for it to pass. Next attempt my feet slipped directly above the same bolt due to the rock not having properly dried out. Next attempt went fine. It rained again briefly whilst Kristian seconded the first pitch, and again at the first belay, but the rock dried quickly afterwards. The first pitch felt like the crux pitch, but that might have been due to poorer friction immediately after the rain.
with Kristian Bekkby
ilbuiz 18 Jun, 2017 Lead O/S
LaAnnaPurna 23 Sep, 2016 Lead
with nickb
with nickb
nickb ?Sep, 2016 AltLd O/S
davewragg 26 Aug, 2016 AltLd O/S Led 1and 3. Wet at the bottom. Really fun slab climbing with some slightly spicy runouts.
with Matt Steffensen
Led 1and 3. Wet at the bottom. Really fun slab climbing with some slightly spicy runouts.
with Matt Steffensen
Hidden 2 Jun, 2016 AltLd
Tdavy01 2 Jun, 2016 AltLd
LaAnnaPurna 1 Jun, 2015 Lead rpt
erbridger 14 Sep, 2014 AltLd Lead P1 + P2. Great route. Only real crux is high step/rockover midway on both pitches, however, bolts are in the right places making it a lot easier.
Lead P1 + P2. Great route. Only real crux is high step/rockover midway on both pitches, however, bolts are in the right places making it a lot easier.
ned_85 14 Sep, 2014 AltLd
with Didrik Kristiansen
with Didrik Kristiansen
Hidden 2 Aug, 2014 AltLd
Hidden 2 Aug, 2014 AltLd O/S
LaAnnaPurna 1 Apr, 2014 Lead O/S
franksnb ?Oct, 2010 2nd dog lots of new lines in this crag, good bolts
with Odin
lots of new lines in this crag, good bolts
with Odin
cali1001 23 Aug, 2010 AltLd O/S
with jocke
with jocke
Hidden 3 Jun, 2009 Lead
Daniel Armitage 4 Aug, 2007 AltLd O/S
with John Mason
with John Mason
jonnyboy 4 Aug, 2007 AltLd O/S lead 1st and 3rd pitches
lead 1st and 3rd pitches
Hidden 3 Jun, 2007 AltLd
Hidden ??, 2007 AltLd
Erkke ??, 2007 AltLd dog Led first and third pitch, one rest on pitch 1.
with TonyB
Led first and third pitch, one rest on pitch 1.
with TonyB
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