• Berfjordfjellet
  • 198 m
  • Primary factor 110 m
  • Location: Hordaland, Norway
  • Location: North 60.65932, East 005.16575 (GPS at the summit)
  • Climbed March 21, 2015
  • Difficulty YDS class 1


How to get there:
Locate Seim about 7 kilometer north of Knarvik. From Seim, drive north-west (on the south side of the fjord), about 7 kilometer to Berås. You follow the main (paved but narrow) road, first a road forks left, next your road (small and dirt) forks left, this is before the main road gets back to the fjord at Myksvoll.
Drive uphill and just after the road makes a sharp left, find parking on the left hand side of the road. This is at location N60.65839, E005.17233, elevation about 120 meter.
Route description:
A small farmers road forks off your road running uphill on the right hand side (when looking uphill along the road your drove). Follow this until it runs out in the upper part of a farmers field. Continue uphill to the far end of this field. There, you will find a ladder crossing the fence. Take this ladder and quickly arrive in a small notch in the main crest. Going right gets you to a somewhat open area with views. This location is quite high, but likely not the highest point. Going left from the notch will get you slightly higher into a local area between big trees. Slightly further, is another small, local point that may be equal or possibly the highest point. There are no markers. Return the same way.
I started out around 1540 and made the summit area in about 15 minutes. The highest point is not well defined as there are several small, local high points, but all obscured by forest. I visited the possible candidates, then returned to my car around 1615. This was my 4th. and final hill this day.