Mostly overhanging and compact good quality 10-meters high crag with a couple of fun routes. Perhaps most of local interest, but the small crag can be an alternative on hot summer days as its facing north. Also fun with a spectacular 2-meters roof. And I think that you, as a Stockholm climber, at least once have to try that spectacular route (El gringo, 7b+) that goes straight through that roof. There are people living above the edge of the cliff, so keep the sound level at a low grade and show consideration. Do not walk around above the cliff to set up top ropes, as there is free access into people's living room. Some routes are a bit dirty at the top, so bring a brush. There is a very nice swimming area with sandy beach 200 meters from the crag.

Environment: North east facing. A lot of brushwood (sly) around the cliff.


Unknown in old guidebooks. Johan Luhr received tips on this rock and has largely developed it himself.