Climb Stetind with an international certified mountainguide (IFMGA)! The national mountain of Norway is an ambolt visible from afar and has view over the sea and fjord.
To access the summit there is multiple routes with a variation in difficulty. The normal route is the easiest one, a section of grade 4+ climbing passing the “10 fingercrimps”, from here the ridge is exposed but offers fun climbing to the summit. The normal route takes about 10 hrs car to car, depending on physical shape and weather conditions.
Another popular route is the South Pillar, a long climbing route with climbing up to french grade 6a. This route has many pitches of great quality climbing, and is a good option if you have climbed some before and are up for a bigger challenge. This route takes about 12 hrs car to car.
All climbing euipment is included, but you need a backpack of 25-35 litres that have enough space to carry the climbing equipment, suitable clothes, food, snacks, drinks and suitable footwear. The shoes should have a sole with good friction and be possible to climb with. We can offer advice on which shoes would work well.
Maximum 2 guests per guide.
We only use IFMGA-certified guides, or guides that are involved within this education.
Other tour operators chooses to have a higher guests/guide-ratio, and also dont use certified mountain guides. More guests per guide prolongs the exposed, and also involves a higher risk for accidents and complicating a rescue operation.