• Fuglabergsåsen
  • 265 m
  • Primary factor 197 m
  • Hordaland.
  • Location: North 60.01752, East 005.87600 (GPS on the summit)
  • Climbed November 3. 2017
  • Difficulty: YDS class 2


How to get there:
See the description of Snaueggi. From this trailhead continue (north) towards Gjermundshamn. After about 3 kilometer you pass the tiny place of Husa. Continue approximately 1.5 kilometer more, then take a signed road that forks right. Drive generally uphill, then after another (very roughly) 2.5 kilometer turn left towards the farm Bakken, continue along this forest road to an open area used in logging, the location is N60.01826, E005.86570, elevation about 180 meter. Park here.
From the trailhead described above, walk up the forest road that runs uphill. Take the left fork higher up. When the road sort of ends, proceed more or less straight line to the summit. The terrain is easy to hike. The summit is a small ridge having a big fallen tree right on its side.
I left my car at 1705, it was definitely getting dark. The summit was reached in 15 minutes, getting wet feet crossing a couple of flat sections with limited visibility.
A pretty big tree had fallen, otherwise not much of interest. I left after 5 minutes and returned to my car at 1740.
One more peak planned, Vardegga, this one would clearly qualify as a night ascent.