UKC

Climbs 22
Rocktype Granite
Altitude 291m a.s.l
Faces W

Originalsvaet, Grefsenåsen © Big Lee

Crag features

A small crag overlooking the city of Oslo with a good selection of routes in the lower grades. A mixture of sport and trad.

The area above the crag contains a lot of loose rock so helmets are advisable.

The ground beneath the climbs can be slow to dry after rain and become muddy.

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Climbs at this crag

Climb name Grade
1 Overhengene
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n6 2
2 Det store overhenget
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n5+  
3 Navnløs 1
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n4+ 1
4 Diederet
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n5  
5 Pilar én
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n6- * 6
6 Firer'n n5- ** 13
7 Originalsvaet
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n4 7
Climb name Grade
8 Svaet
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n4+ 15
9 Beinbrudd
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n4 9
10 Eggen
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n5 3
11 Sliterrisset
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n5- * 8
12 Sliterrisset (alternative start) n5 * 2
13 Ole Høilands gate
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n3  
14 Kjøkkenveggen
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n5+ * 10
Climb name Grade
15 Navnløs 3 n5+ 2
16 Det lille overhenget
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n6 7
17 Lekerisset
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n3 2
18 Stien
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n2 2
19 Sekser'n
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n6 * 11
20 Navnløs 2
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n5+ 2

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