• Aksla
  • 514 m
  • Primary factor 106 m
  • Fusa, Norway
  • Location: North 60.10850, East 005.78105 (GPS at the summit)
  • Climbed November 13. 2016
  • Difficulty: YDS class 1


How to get there:
This mountain is located in Fusa, a municipality south-east of Bergen. Drive Hwy. 48 south from Eikelandsosen to the intersection with Hwy. 549 at a place called Kilen. Turn right onto Hwy. 549 and continue 22.1 kilometer, just across a small hilltop, park on the right hand side of the road. There should be a white house on the left side and a small road forking left.
Alternatively, if you arrive from the opposite direction, this location is 8.5 kilometer north on Hwy. 549 from its intersection with Hwy. 49. This location is N60.09462, E005.73914, elevation about 60 meter.

Follow the small, apved road that serves the farm near the road. This road curves around the house, decends slightly, before starting its ascent up the valley. Keep left at a fork, continue along the ascending road in order to reach lake Vetlavatnet (303m). As ypu arrive at the lake, take the tril that forks right, then climbs steeply to your right. Higher up, keep following the small creek. You will arrive at a signed fork for Revurefjellet to your right. Higher up, keep following the small creek. You will arrive at a signed fork for Revurefjellet. Ignore this and continue up the small, but distinct valley and the small creek. When you reach a second signed trail fork, also here Revurefjellet forks right, turn left and follow a smaller trail marked with red paint. This trail curves right, while descending a bit. The route next climbs uphill among trees, there are red paint marking the correct route. Higher up, along some meadows, then up to the high ridge (right). Finally, follow the ridge to the highest point. The summit is marked with a small sign, but no cairn.
I left at 1245 and made good progress up to the lake. A bit of snow on the ground from here, but not enough to cause any trouble. I arrived at the summit at 1400, the weather was a mix of fog and drizzle. Leaving after only 5 minutes, the return was easy and I was back at my car at 1500.