This crag offers nice and technical climbing mainly on slab and vertical routes. The wall has large and rounded shapes which makes for unusual movement on rock for many climbers. The extensions are proud, long and steeper. With its south facing orientation up on the hillside the view is great and it can b climbed here all year when the conditions are right. The base of the crag sloops that makes it not so ideal to bring smal kids. Possible to equip more lines here in the future.


This cliff has coughed the eyes of many climbers driving through The Valley over the years, but is was not before Tobias Brodahl hiked up to the base in 2013 that planes was turned into action. Lured by the unusual formations he bolted the crag in secret and the local climbing club arranged a on-sight opening event in 2015.