The wall was completed in 2006. It was considered innovative, and the best climbing wall in Scandinavia. The wall was constructed by Tjelmeland Friction, a Norwegian climbing wall manufacturer. They design walls with a triangle system that give varied routes and opens for many different choices when building routes on the wall. The wall is 18m high and has 31 bolt lines with permanent hangers and has a surface area of approximately 750 m2. You can find all angles in the wall. Most of the routes are vertical to lightly inclined, but it also has a steep overwhelming left-wing with a 16m overhang. Normally it is 40-50 routes in the wall covering all levels, most routes between
Norwegian grade 5, 6 and 7, but also routes for beginners and experts. Wall host switch routes once a year, 30-50% of the squares are changed every half year, and otherwise it is tuned slightly when needed throughout the year. The routes are colour coded and signs stating the grade for the different routes help you find a route for you. Remember that grading are not an exact science, but please let us know if you are displeased with anything. The wall is high, we recommend using ropes that are at least 50m long.