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85m. (Four Tries) A sustained crack climb, the crux of which might require a bit of staying power.
1) 6-, 35m. Climb up the wide crack in an orange corner on the right side of the wall to a small ledge. Belay here or continue up the wider cracks leading up leftwards to a stance.
2) 5+, 30m. Up finger-cracks to easier climbing which leads to a large, sloping ledge below the final steep wall which is split by a single, beautiful, and yet quite intimidating, crack.
3) 7-, 20m. The very strenuous widening crack in the centre of the steep wall gives a tussle - big cams help.
FA. Thorbjørn Enevold, Aart Verhage, Bengt Flygel Nilsfors 5.1992
Just left of the start of this route, me and Ketil Lunde added an alternative start. We called this Byger and gave it the grade 6-. This was done in 1995. 2 pitches of nice climbing before it joins Fire Forsøk for the last pitch. Fairly obvious line...
Odd-Roar Wiik - 21/Jun/08
No big cams needed on the last pitch. One big cam (friend #3.5 or #4) helps on the first pitch.
Jonas Wiklund - 27/Jun/11
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