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10 mins

As the Henningsvær road heads round the bend from Rørvika it passes a series of ribs and buttresses that fall from the crest of Sørfjellet far above.
The first is home to the awe-inspiring roof crack of one of Lofoten's hardest routes. - Minnerisset. The route is clearly visible from the road and is easily approached from the roadside parking.
Rising above Route 816, well to the left of Maurpillaren and Pianokrakken, are two long, rocky ridges. The left-hand ridge has two routes at present. Neither are very popular, although Ladies Jigsaw is worth seeking out since it offers a 5 pitch route at a friendly grade.
Further south is a good clean slab of rock which has potential for new routes. The slab is quite tricky to spot from below, but is located to the north of the Pedersenryggen, which is the long rocky ridge with huge caves on its right-hand side, to the north of Maurpillaren and Pianokrakken.

Route (click for voting and user comments) Symbols Grade
(Memory Crack) The hardest trad route on Lofoten - this fearsome overhanging roof crack makes Yosemite's famous Separate...
2 user comments
3 Stars
Ladies Jigsaw
A route up the lower section of the ridge. Scramble to the base of the pillar and start at a crack behind the trees at the...
2 user comments
1 Stars
(The Sheep Fence Ridge) This route tackles the full height of the ridge all the way to one of the Sørfjellet summits. The lower...
2 user comments
1 Stars
Luke Skywalker
Tackles the highest part of the cliff, start on a grass ledge.1) 5, 35m. Follow various crack systems to a stance at a...
2 user comments
1 Stars
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    Frøken Sverige
    "Added a route up the blunt rib to the left of Frøken Sverige: "Ångermanland..." 23/Jun

    Djupfjord sprickan
    "1 Star in the guidebook and the information that it is an off width, means just ..." 14/Jul top50

    "Pitch grades: (1) VS 4c, (2) VS 4c, (3) E1 5c, (4) HVS 5a, (5) HS 4b (overall E1..." 31/Jul top50

    Lys og skygge
    "I felt the first pitch more delicate. Take care in the crux, not every hold is v..." 29/May top50

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