• Gråsida
  • 661 m
  • Primary factor 306 m
  • Location: Alver, Norway.
  • Location: North 60.73959, East 5.57269 (GPS at the summit)
  • Climbed December 13, 2020
  • Difficulty YDS class 2


How to get there:
Drive E-39 north from Bergen. When you arrive in Romarheim, locate the road fork where Hwy. 569 goes right to Modalen. Continue 2 kilometer further north on E-39. Locate a small fork signed for Stussdalen going left. Take this road. You will arrive at the first house on your right. You need to pay toll in order to continue this road. NOK 40 (in 2020), cash or by Vipps. Continue to the next house, the correct road is to turn left at the second fork, ie. you drive on the right hand side of the house below you.
Continue on this very nice dirt road in the valley, notice a single building on your right hand side. Drive another 100 meter, you will see that the road makes a clear bend to the right. Just as you see the road starting uphill, a small forest road forks left. You may drive a few meter on this road in order to park. This location is N60.75164, E005.59058, elevation about 235 meter. locate a road forking left at location 60.75919, 5.57942.
Route description:
Continue along this forest road until it ends. Next continue along a vague trail crossing the small creek and running through some section of pretty dense forest. You next emerge in a more open area stretching up to your right. Hike until more level, then go more right uphill in pretty easy terrain. Higher up, you will see the mountain ahead. Walk uphill along a line slightly left of what appears to be the highest terrain. Cross a small local ridge and continue ascending up on the left side of the highest visible ground. You will then see the pretty big cairn slightly further ahead.
I left my car at 12 - Noon, and arrived at the big cairn at 1300, so one hour. Leaving the summit at 1310, I descended the same way and made my car in 45 minutes.