The South Ridge of Ulvetanna (Norwegian for Wolf’s Tooth,) 2,931 metres, has been climbed.

Routes

1994, first ascent by Norwegian alpinists Ivar Tollefsen, Sjur Nesheim, and Robert Caspersen climb the Northwest Wall. 

2006, second ascent by Tollefsen and Caspersen along with with Trond Hilde and Stein-Ivar Gaudal, up the North Face.

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2009, third ascent by Germans Alex and Thomas Huber up the Northwest Ridge with Stephan Siegrist.

2013, fourth ascent by Leo Houlding, Sean Leary, Jason Pickles, Chris Rabone Alastair Lee took the Northeast Ridge and was the longest and hardest route at the time.

2014, fifth ascent by Norwegians Kjersti Eide, Espen Fadnes, Jonas Langseth, Alaskander Gamme and Ingeborg Jakobsen along with British climber Andy Kirkpatrick. They spent 12 days climbing climbing the South Ridge, no grade has been given.

South Ridge of Ulvetanna  Photo Screenshot from The Last Great Climb

South Ridge of Ulvetanna Photo Screenshot from The Last Great Climb

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Fenriskjeften (Wolf’s Jaw) Range in Antarctica’s Queen Maud Land Photo Berghaus

Sources: AAJ, UKClimbing, Andy Kirkpatrick


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