Sjøsvaet (The Sea Slab)

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Afternoon sun
15 mins
Uphill
Seepage

This glaciated granite slab is located high up above the entrance of Djupfjorden. The best climb here is Solens sønner, a broad slab split by a series of finger-cracks. Descent - Abseil back down the routes (twin 50 metre ropes are a minimum) from fixed anchors.

Route (click for voting and user comments) Symbols Grade
1
Ørnens brødre
195m. (The Eagle's Brothers) On the taller slab left of the Solens sønner slab is this solitary route up the slab that mostly...
 
2 Stars
Technical
7
2
Solens sønner Top 50
135m. (Sons of the Sun) A fine mixture of slab climbing and finger-cracks makes this a route not to miss - one of Lofoten’s...
6 user comments
 
3 Stars
Crimpy
Rounded
Fluttery
6
3
Månens døtre Top 50
140m. (Daughters of the Moon) This route has always played second fiddle to Solens sønner but after the typical Lofoten start,...
1 user comment
 
3 Stars
Fluttery
Graunchy
6-
4
Skåningen
75/130m. (A Man from Skåne - an area of southern Sweden). A direct start to Månens Døtre. Doing the final pitch of Månens Døtre...
 
1 Stars
5+
5
Lay-bye Layback
The short fierce layback crack at the Henningsvaer end of the Causeway. Oft eyed but never cleaned!
 
1 Stars
Technical
Strong
7+
  • Latest Comments

    For DJUPFJORD

    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

    Bare blåbær
    "The advice on abseiling, both in the guide and the update, is out of date. The ..." 31/Jul top50

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