• Geitfjellet
  • 867 m
  • Primary factor 637 m
  • Hordaland, Norway
  • Location: North 64.41472, East 012.21278 (GPS on the summit)
  • Climbed July 5. 2020
  • Difficulty: YDS class 1


How to get there:
Locate the village of Grong, on Hwy. E-6, about 150 kilometer north of Trondheim. Turn off into Grong and locate the road 7040 heading west on the south side of the (big) river Namsen. Drive this road about 6 kilometer from the center of Grong. You should see a trail sign on your left and a small spot where one may park just ahead on the right hand side. This location is N64.44710, E012.20191, elevation about 60 meter.
Follow this trail uphill to the summit. The summit cairn is just left of a building with a large communication tower.
I did this hike with my friend Jostein. We left his house in Trondheim in the morning and started hiking at 1210. A very relaxed walk with numerous brief stops got us to the summit in 3 hours. We stayed around about 20 minutes. I also went across to a nearby summit point that had the same highest (860m) contour. However, this small ridge is clearly lower. We returned back down to the car in about 2 hours.
Thanks to Jostein for good company on a nice afetrnoon hike.