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Valshamar is a vertical cliff in Hvalfjordur in Southwest Iceland, highly popular for rock climbing.

The cliff is bolted and offers many great routes, ranging from 15 to 20 meters. The area is considered one of the best rock climbing areas in the country and ideal for first timers. Prior rock climbing experience is not required when accompanied by seasoned guides.

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