Ulvåsen consists of four crags situated in a nice environment with many walking paths.
ASPECT AND CLIMATE
The crags are facing north or west and are relatively open but get dry rather slowly. Since the surroundings are quite swampy the mosquitoes can be a problem from time to time.
For more details see respectively crag description.
The naturally protected routes are vertical or a bit slabby while the bolted ones are vertical or slightly overhanging. The bolted pitches are equipped with lower-offs while the trad ones aren’t. The crags are not really the most popular and can therefore feel dirty and unclimbed. For more details see respectively crag description.
The northwest facing crag (10-20 m high) which consists of difficult bolted and easier, naturally protected routes. The bolted routes are equipped with lower-offs while the trad ones are not.
A small crag with four naturally protected, 13-20 m long routes with no lower-offs. The crag is facing northwest and gets dry slowly.
The biggest crag in the area. The routes are between 10 and 20 m long and naturally protected (one of them is mixed). No lower-offs around here. The crag is facing north and west and gets dry slowly.
A relatively high (15-20 m) crag with one mixed and four naturally protected routes with no lower-offs. The crag faces northwest and gets dry slowly.