Routes on Freyr

614 sport 7 trad

We like Freyr

A must if you go climbing in Belgium. It's our highest 'bigwall'... and more.
Recommended. Several good sport routes
600 routes. (sports) super nice and technical climbing...

Activities on this crag

Freyr

Climbing has been limited!

😷 🦠 3/2021: Covid19 closure is no more. Freyr is open for business.

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.