Rochers de Freyr

Dominating the Meuse, the Rochers de Freyr is the most important climbing area in Belgium. The site counts 7 main crags and 8 secondary crags. Over 600 routes in all varieties.
  • Location: Freyr (Hastière)
  • River: Haute Meuse
  • Rock type: limestone
  • routes: Routes in all difficulties, from 3 to 8c
  • Equipement: Generally well bolted, the BRT regularly replaces bolts.

The crags are managed by the CAB
  • Acces to the Colébi is strictly forbidden!
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Topos, publications, sources 
How to get there 
From Dinant, drive in direction of Beauring, via Anseremme. Continue up to the Plateau de Freyr and park the car. All crags are situated on the west side of the road.

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Other climbing possibilities in the area 


All routes

Discover every route available on this crag by clicking on the link below.

All routes

The crags have a height up to ± 120m

783 routes/pitches/variations
found in the Belclimb database

Sport climbing routes


Aid climbing routes


NGI topographical map: 53/7-8
Lambert coordinates: X 187.400 Y 101.500
UTM (ED50): 31U 635110E 5565391N
WGS84: 4.89279°E 50.22339°N