The municipality of Flatanger is named after one of the the fjords in the area of this part of coastal Trøndelag, but it is not known which one. The name is composed of two parts: flat, which probably points to “shallow water”, and angr, which means “fjord or inlet”.
Flatanger is a hidden gem on the coast of Trøndelag. We are proud to dedicate our first series of holds to this beautiful place.
This series consists of both crimps, slabs, ledges, cracks, pinches, foot holds and slopers.
Designed for the eager slabber. Versatile design, but pretty hard; these bastards will challenge the pro competitor, and please the slopy slab climber.
LEDGES & CRIMPS
Classic crimps and ledges with a touch of skin ripping kindness. Perfect for shoulder moves on volumes, or just the tight crux on a soft overhang. Ranging from hard and shallow, to deep and comfy.
As they could have been designed for your upcoming competition; these beauties are a routsetters dream. Some of these will insist on cancelling the climbers moves, only to be dominated by the competent routesetter. 1+1 fingers, the crippled bowlingball, the lumpy archer, the slopy and deep… this range is just fun.
Designed for the precice climb, with narrow cracks ranging from super shallow to deep and juggy, loaded with metal innlayed screw holes makes these holds
a versatile and interesting alternative for the creative route setter.
All Arctic Grips foot holds come with metal inserts and washers, so that even the smalles foot holds will handle the pressure. Designed for feet, but interesting for fingers; these rascals should cover most of your needs. Versatile and applicable on both slopes and overhang.