No special access issues

Remember that the forest is shared with hikers, mountain bikers, trail runners etc. Be polite and considerate, clean up after yourself, and brush off tick marks before you leave.

Search for "Haraløkka" for where the approach begins.

🚗 Driving 🚗
There are two parking lots where you can start the approach, both free. One is to the north of the crag at Østmarksetra, and the other at Haraløkka, south-west of the crag. For accurate driving instructions (most efficient route will vary on traffic situation), set destination to Østmarkseteren Restaurant (Østmarkveien 140, 0687 Oslo) or Haraløkka parkeringsplass (Nøklevannsveien 1, 0689 Oslo). Coordinates are (59.889492, 10.861785) and (59.881078, 10.856646) respectively. The drive takes about 15-20 mintues with normal traffic from central areas of Oslo

🚌 Public transport 🚇
🚇 Metro/T-bane: Line 3-Mortensrud (Eastbound) to Ulsrud station. At Ulsrud station, get across the rail tracks and follow the walk/bike road eastwards towards General Ruges vei. Cross at the light and follow Olav Nygårds vei up the hill. When the road starts to bend northwards, you should see football fields on your right. This is the Haraløkka turf and access point for the crags Haraløkka and Bukkeberget. See map here on 27crags for the path from the station. The total trip takes about 35 minutes from central Oslo, where 15 minutes are walking.
🚌 Bus: Bus 76-Mortensrud T to Olav Nygårds vei stop. From there, follow same instructions as above from Olav Nygårds vei.

🚶‍♀️ Approach 🚶‍♂️
Get on good gravel path that goes north-south on the east side of the football turf. Just southeast of the club house, you can see the Haraparken area on the east side of the path, just north of the Sørli farm areas. Only a minute or two from the turf. If you follow the path leading into the woods from in front of the Haraparken area, you can get to Nyresteinene in a few mintues. For approach to Bukkesteinen and Pas de-steinen, take a blue marked path eastwards a bit further north on the gravel path. Refer to the map on 27crags for gpx tracks.


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