• Grimstadfjellet
  • 276 m
  • Primary factor 157 m
  • Location: Lindås, Norway
  • Location: North 60.67987 East 005.25706 (GPS at the summit)
  • Climbed April 26, 2015
  • Difficulty YDS class 2


How to get there:
This summit is located east of the small community Hundvin, along Hwy. 57 (direction Mongstad), just after you exit a tunnel. The summit (and hill) is located directly west of the higher and much more visible Selifjellet.
Several starting locations are possible, I decided to start from a pedestrian walkway that runs parallel to Hwy. 57 just north of Hundvin. There is a small access road to a farm and one may park right there at location N60.69086, E005.22841, elevation about 50 meter.
Route description:
I walked directly to the farm, then ascended the hill up right. Soon, I discovered smaller (animal?) trails that continued to higher ground. The terrain was pretty easy to walk, one could avoid most troublesome vegetation and follow meadows. Near the summit, I ran into a trail marked with ribbons, it is unclear where this trail would take you. The summit area has three small hills, the highest one is likely the one further south, marked with a single rock.
I left around 1330 and had a pleasant hike with absolutely no hurry. Arriving about 1410, I took some time to look around and also visit the small tops located nearby. I took an alternative route back, staying slightly more west. Back at my car around 1450.