Altitude 126m a.s.l
Popular crag with many low to moderate graded routes idea for learning to lead trad. Most routes are straightforward slab climbs with relativley easy placements, however the middle of the cliff is know for some run outs. There are also a number of single and multi pitch sports routes (bolted for use with a single 60m rope). There is the reward of a fabulous view over Ørland and the air base from the top if its clear, but it is often very windy at the top.
The crag is south facing, so dries quickly and is the perfect place for a day or weekends climbing if coming from Trondheim. Ideal to combine this crag with a visit to the similar but slightly more adventurous Gravvikheia.
The sports routes are somewhat sparsely bolted, but the bolts are there where you need them as many of the routes follow easy slabs punctuated by short steep walls.These bolted lines can also be used as a meas of descent to get back to the base of the crag, providing the route is clear.
Some of the routes have their names painted at the base, others not.
There is a small 'bålplass' / campfire and popular camping area at the eastern end of the crag just through the bushes from the small parking area,
Park in a layby on the west side of the crag or in the small parking area at the eastern end. The first 3 routes (Den Gode, Den Onde and Den Grusomme should be marked). Some of the other routes are labelled too. Descend by abseil on rapellruta, or walk back down towards the eastern end of the crag, and descend through the quarry.
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