Children’s Bouldering Cave

Opposite the Smeltery, there’s a mysterious cave in the mountain. Visitors young and old have been drawn to it over the years - and wondered what it was.

In the Children's Bouldering cave we have, together with High & Low decorated the cave with exciting elements that challenge the children in balance, climbing, coordination and agility. Inside the cave there is a circular trail where the children push different elements made of wood and rope. "Dogan's ladder", "Fleas jump" and "Balance rope" are among the challenges in the cave. Outside there is a horizontal climbing traverse on the mountain wall. Do you dare to try?

Someone wonders if these are the Cobalt Mines? Others create their own theories about the cave, and many children believe that the troll lives there. The mystery is still alive, but the area of use is clear: this is the CHILDREN'S BOULDER Cave!

This is an innovative, self-guided, free activity for active children who like exploring on their own - or with adults. The cave is completely well-secured, and no additional safety equipment is necessary.

When you visit, you’ll be greeted by the image of a gentle crab above the entrance. This is our mascot, Kobald, designed by local artist Bjørn Båsen. We look forward to seeing children enjoy the Children’s Bouldering Cave this summer!

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