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Climb Stetinden



Stetinden - Normal route

Stetinden is one of the greatest climbs you can do in Norway and is located in Nordland county

No wonder why Stetinden in 2002 was voted to be Norway’s national mountain. 
Stetinden is described as a perfect obelisk in pure granite with sweeping ridges rising straight from the fjord.
Well known among mountain climbers, and has been so for a long time.

First ascent
It was not until 30 July 1910 that Ferdinand Schjelderup, Carl Wilhelm Rubenson, and Alf Bonnevie Bryn finally reached the summit of Stetinden. The weather conditions were good. It was Rubenson's 25th birthday, and he was given the honour of being first in the rope. The hardest part was to pass the smooth crag "Mysosten", which Rubenson finger traversed along a tiny crack. After this passage, there was an easy climb to the summit.

What do you need to bring?

  • Bring your own hiking/mountaineering boots

  • Day pack

  • Personal clothing: be prepared for wind

  • Rapel gloves

  • Snacks for a long day

  • Water bottle (it's possible to fill water on the route)


Difficulty level:

HARD
Contact us if you are unsure if this tour fits your level.

Price list

  • Guide: Guest

  • 1: 1 = 8000 NOK

  • 1: 2 = 8000 NOK (4000 NOK per person)

  • The maximum number of guests per guide is 2 pers.

  • For larger groups please contact us for price inquiry

The price includes all necessary climbing equipment.


Season: JUNE - SEPTEMBER

  • ​Season: JUNE - SEPTEMBER

    8,000 Norwegian kroner