Hanshallaren has become famous all over the world for being a crag suitable for the strongest climbers. But you will also find routes for the regular climber there: ranging in difficulty from 4c to 9c ("Silence", being the world's hardest route). Hula (the cave) consists of hard and pure granite, and you can climb there even if it rains.
There is a 20-minute-walk to Hanshallaren from the camp/accommodation and parking.
Sandmælen is located close to the camp/accommodation/parking and is not too hard for the regular climber, with the main emphasis on routes ranging in difficulty 5-6s. Overall, the routes are 4b-8c.
In the middle of the field there is also a terrace for relaxation, and our via ferrata is close by.
Einvikfjellet is situated by Sandmælen, only a short distance from the camp. We have built a terrace by this crag as well.
Level of difficulty: 5a-7b.
All climbing fields dries up quickly after rain, as it saves heat in the granite, and you can basically climb all day in the middle of summer.
Parking in designated area.