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#1 Alekos 7- (6b+) Hans Christian Doseth, Ragnhild Amundsen (Trad, 5 pitches) 250m - Solid layback in the left-leaning dihedral on third pitch (easily seen from below). Originally the route started to the left of Alexis, but the Alexis start is very nice.
#2 Alexis 6+ (6b)
Arild Meyer, Magnar Osnes (Trad, 5 pitches, 4 ascents) 250m - Nice from the first meter, third pitch through the left-leaning Bølgediedret ('wavy-dihedral') is extraordinary. Save a #0.5 cam for the finish of the dihedral.
#3 Silhuetten 6+ (6b)
Dag Kolsrud, Hank Levine (Trad, 6 pitches, 4 ascents) 250m - The layback past Trekanttaket is powerful, and the absolutely classic hand jam crack, 40m-risset, is a must. A classic Baugen route. First ascent: Ben Johnsen, Ove Skjerven, July 1977.
#4 Bastillen 6 (6a+)
Erik Massih, Mårten Blixt, Sofia Sandgren, Synne Øien Stensland (Trad, 6 pitches, 1 ascent) 250m - Climb through Trekanttaket. The 3rd pitch follows an obvious crack to the right of 40m-risset with a cruxy finish. Climb carefully past the Giljotinen (Guillotine), a hollow-sounding thin flake, on the fourth pitch.
#5 Baugsprydet 6-/6 (6a)
Børge Østigård, Øyvind Spjelkavik (Trad, 5 pitches, 2 ascents) 250m - The easiest line up the main face of Baugen. Very nice climbing following the wavy-bulge dihedral.
#6 Mannen med Ljaen 6+ (6b)
Dag Kolsrud, Hank Levine (Trad, 6 pitches, 3 ascents) 250m - Enduring laybacking through the scythe-shaped dihedral, Ljåen. Bring some hand #3 and #4 camps. The second pitch is a fantastic shallow finger crack.