The weather wasn't too good, but it was very nice to climb with Swedes for a change. In Austria I've been climbing a lot by myself, which of course has been good training for my next trip. Still, it was nice to be reminded again about the friendliness of Swedish climbers.
Swedish climbing association also interviewed me and did an article about the event. You can find it from here (in Swedish).
Ett stort tack till Stockholms klätterklubb för en mycket bra arrangemang och till alla som kom till träffen!
Everything is better in Sweden, even the characters in instructions have some fancy moves
Posterspotting at Addnature
My bivi was also a bit nicer than usually
Fredrik on Rampfebern, 6+
Some parents can't climb because of the kids, apparently others can climb with the kids
Some slackline action
This girl was pretty good!
Getting ready for Sjötaket
Half of the route had fallen down, which meant that there was a chance that the route might be easier. However, this doesn't really help if you can't make it to the new part.
After the dinner it was time for my lecture.
Häggstaträffen was a bit bigger event back in the 80's. In 1982 two Finns arrived to the event, which was the last time the event was international.