Lyngvaer

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Sun from mid-morning
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is squeezed in between the hills and the sea. There is stacks of impressive rock here, but apart from the bouldering (see page §§§) there is only a few routes at the moment. The crags face west, there mossy nature means they are little slow to dry. The scope for new routes here is immense, and although some of the rock is a little flaky and mossy in places there is little doubt that plenty remains to be done hereabouts. Approach - Follow the E10 (§or 815) west and north from Røyvika for a couple of minutes until the crags appear on the right. Both buttresses can be clearly seen from the road and are approached by steep and rather rough scrambles from appropriate roadside parking.

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1
Kneeling Jesus
95m. A kilometre south of the Lyngvær caravan camp is a huge cliff with two steep reddish walls. Above the lower one and to the...
 
1 Stars
Graunchy
6
2
Kom igjen for Helvete
An eight pitch route up the highest section of the cliff. No precise details are known.
 
1 Stars
Rounded
6+
3
Tvål
The name is the Swedish for soap, whether this refers to the look or the feel of the rock was never made clear. The route is...
 
1 Stars
Rounded
5+
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