Afternoon sun
90 mins

The south east shore of Djupfjord is basically a huge cliff face, much of it composed of quality granite. It gets the afternoon and evening sun but sections of it are rather slow to dry after rain. Approach - The easiest way to reach the face is to follow the track along the western side of Djupfjord then head across the boulders and round to the face. Approaching along the eastern shore looks much shorter but is much more arduous, especially the sections you need to swim!

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Budals pillaren
The fine pillar on the left-hand side of the face. The route starts up a thin crack in the left-hand wall of the biggest...
2 Stars
(Squeeze) A right-hand variation on the last route has some good climbing. A little aid was used because of wet rock.1) 6+....
1 Stars
6 A1
Kjære frøken Johansson
(Dear Miss Johanson - a Swedish song) 4 pitches. This is the fine looking pillar right of Budalspillaren.Descent - Abseil...
1 Stars
6+ A0
Bibel hjørnet
(The Open Book) Scramble up grass ledges to reach the prominent tall corner groove and climb it in two pitches.Descent -...
2 Stars
  • Latest Comments


    Mr Hyde
    "Changed from ** to N6+ **, no votes" 24/Sep

    Bare blåbær
    "Length for pitch 2 is incorrect. Its more like 23m than 34m" 22/Jul top50

    Solens sønner
    "Agree with Jim. With 60m ropes, you can manage the descent in two rappels. Not ..." 14/Jul top50

    Bare blåbær
    "Incredible route and beautiful view. Would agree that the walk in is 90 minut..." 02/Jul top50

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