leaving Bergdalen behind our group alongside Sorlaguna heading for Beerenberg bypassing Soyla with our goal behind bypassing Nordlaguna view back to Nordlaguna climbing Beerenbergs S-flank climbing Beerenbergs S-flank Beerenberg still in far distance searching for a bivouac site near the snowline view back to the starting point this morning behind Kvalrossen (far to the right) fresh water is needed preparing bivouac for a few hours resting view down to Jan Mayen the next morning, inmidst of the seemingly endless Kronprins Olavs Breen glacier heading for the summit, now above cloudlevel Haakon VII (main summit in the background) above us  only 3 of us on the way to the summit crevassed terrain above cloud level finding our way through heavily crevassed terrain rime and icicle laden cliffs above the clouds crevassed S flank climbing steeper terrain crater ridge above us first view into summit crater summit crater panorama first view to main summit me on the very summit of Beerenberg, the highest point of the N atlantic view from Haakon VII (main summit) down to the Weyprechtbreen and W coast view back to the recently climbed crater ridge full crater panorama, Weyprechtbreen to the left upper part of Weyprechtbreen crater rim W part of crater W part of crater looking down the Weyprechtbreen climbing down the same way view back Haakon VII (main summit) behind crevasse slalom on the way back crevasse slalom on the way back diving into cloud level again seemingly endless glacier crossing in weak midday snow further down into the clouds bypassing Pukkelryggen on the way back, arriving at campsite  around 11pm after approx. 20h of nearly nonstop walking