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A great outing - long, exposed and committing but nowhere very difficult. Nowadays the ridge is normally done south to north. From Kallevatnet, head up the grassy ramps to the seaward end of the ridge then follow it northwards - technically easy but parts of the ridge are extremely exposed with sheer walls falling away on both sides and escape would be problematical.
Either descend vague paths into Trolldalen then head down the valley - around 5 hours. Alternatively continue over Lille Vågakallen and up Vågakallen North Ridge for a really big day out.
FA. Nearly all of this spectacular ridge was traversed for the first time in the summer of 1933 (after a previous attempt the year before) by Arne Randers Heen and his cousin Eirik Heen. The pair started in Trolldalen, climbed a gully up onto the ridge crest, and then ascended in turn Lille Vågakallen, Kallebordet and Litlkallen before descending to Kalle.