1. Via Ferrata in Kyrkjeveggen – 550 metres straight up!
We present what must be Norway’s toughest climbing route, a 900-metre path that climbs 550 metres straight up.
Via ferrata is the term used for a climbing path comprising fixed steel rungs on the rock face.
The method makes climbing a safe experience for everyone who wants to try, regardless of their climbing skills or knowledge.
The highest summit is Fjæratoppen, at 713 metres above sea level. The last leg up to the top of Fjæratoppen is on an ordinary path.
Enjoy a new sense of mastery when you make it to the top. Strongly recommended!
Please note! All activity on the rock face must be registered with Åkrafjorden Nature.