• Godbotsfjellet
  • 888 m
  • Prominence 111 m
  • Hordaland, Norway.
  • Location: North 60.83022, East 005.65869 (GPS on the summit)
  • Difficulty: YDS class 2
  • Climbed: November 4. 2021


How to get there:
Drive E-39 north from Bergen. As the road heads inland in Romarheim, you pass Hwy. 569 serving Modalen and connecting to E-16 near Dale. From here, continue north on E-39 about 5.4 kilometer, locate the exit right to Dyrkollebotn. Take this road, when you get to the lake, continue right on a small, but good dirt road. When you get to the north side of the lake, park on the left just before a small bridge. This is location N60.80048, E005.63937, elevation near 350 meter.
Route description:
This route starts from the summit of Eggene.
First, head north-east following the natural flank as it descends gently towards the separating col named Fitjabotsskaret. Cross near the col and ascend to the small lake marked at elevation 786m. Continue on its west side and cross perhaps slightly south of the very minor hump listed as 815.9 meter. Finally, ascend easy terrain to the summit. The summit is marked by a small, but nice cairn.
I had ascended Eggene as the first summit on my hike. From there, it took me slightly more than one hour to reach this summit.
I contined my trip to Kupefjellet.