Routes on Freyr

600 sport 7 trad

We like Freyr

676 sportroutes http://www.belclimb.be/massives_detail.asp?cragid=1
A must if you go climbing in Belgium. It's our highest 'bigwall'... and more.
Recommended. Several good sport routes

Activities on this crag

Freyr

Climbing has been limited!

⛔️ Climbing strictly forbidden until 5th of April or further notice due to COVID-19 ⛔️

The crags of "Freyr" are located on private property. The Club Alpin Belge rents the property and is responsible for the crags, the access, and the forest. This is also a Natura 2000 protected environment, so respect the place and it's rules to avoid any issues.

🇧🇪Belgian climbers have to be member of the Club Alpin Belge (CAB) or Klim- en Bergsportfederatie (KBF) to climb on the Belgian rocks.
🇳🇱 Dutch (NKBV) climbers need to buy a special "klimjaarkaart".
🌍 International occasional climbers must be a member of an official climbing federation or alpine club. The access is controlled by the CAB.
☎️ For information about climbing or sleeping facilities in the Freyr area, contact 0499.90.51.87.

🚗 30min from Namur
Driving on the E411 highway (from Namur or Luxembourg) take the exit 20 (Dinant / Philipville). Follow the N97 direction SE. After 5.7 km, take the exit for "Beauraing/Anseremme/Dinant". The exit comes quite sudden and is not well indicated, so keep your eyes open.
At the exit, take a right turn (downhill) and follow the road until you reach the river Meuse.
Take a left turn and drive through the village of Anseremme (🛒 You pass a supermarket on the right, which is open on sunday mornings too).
Drive over a narrow bridge at the confluence of the Lesse and Meuse and follow the road uphill.
When the road levels out, a parking apears on your right - across from 4 buildings.

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The approaches to different sectors start att different places. All the trails can be found on the cragmap. Reaching the sectors will take 5-20 minutes of walking downhill.
It is easy to switch sectors throughout the day.