• Fjæremsåsen
  • 268 m
  • Primary factor 127 m
  • Location: North 63.32468, East 10.44889 (GPS)
  • Trondheim, Norway
  • Difficulty, YDS class 2
  • Climbed on June 3. 2021


How to get there:
Locate road 6696, running just east of Nidelva, north of Klæbu. This road runs around the hill on the south side. As the road heads north (on the east side of the hill), take the small side road that forks left (west) serving a few residential houses. You may locate parking on your left just below a steep cliff, at location N63.32231, E010.45320, elevation about 180 meter. Ask for permission to park if you see anybody around (polite thing to do).
Route description:
Walk north and enter a small playground. From here, head into the trees and ascend the somewhat steepish slope by fragments of trails. Once on this local ridge, head more or less directly (stay slightly right) towards the summit. When arriving on the main summit ridge, walk left to locate the highest point.
I left my car at 1045, arriving at the summit by 1100. The return hike took another 15 minutes.