Located in Western Norway, Rogaland has a coastal feel with tall mountains and deep fjords. Rogaland is famous for Prekestolen (Pulpit Rock) and Kjeragbolten. From Stavanger you can take a ferry into Lysefjorden where granite bigwalls rise up more than 900m out of the water. Many of Norway´s most famous climbers are either from, or have lived in Stavanger which is an interesting city by itself. Stavanger is full of art and life and plenty of rest day activities (such as surfing, although it is out of town).
Either fly into Stavanger (Sola airport), or take the train that goes from Oslo - Kristiansand. There are also boats from the UK
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The first ascent party used 4 days on the wall with 3 bivis.An impressive line up one of the most exposed walls in Norway. The route is mostly clear of water seepage, and is dry for most of the summer. The route follows a system of dihedrals and cracks that start on the grassy ledges approximately 200 yards up and to the right of Geitaneset. High quality granite starts at about the 6th pitch. The hardest pitches (both free and technical) are well protected in solid rock. The technical crux ...[more] Browse More Classics in International