• Grytefjellet
  • 805 m
  • Primary factor 247 m
  • Hordaland, Norway
  • Location: North 60.28016, East 005.73367 (GPS at the summit)
  • Climbed June 25, 2016.
  • Difficulty: YDS class 2


How to get there:
From Bergen, first drive E-16 towards Voss, take Hwy 7 (right) that forks from the traffic circle at Trengereid. Drive to Samnanger, then through the long tunnel that will exit at the river Tysseelva. Take Hwy. 48 going right here. The sign will say Eikelandsosen and/or Mundheim. Drive Hwy. 48 almost to Eikelandsosen. Just as you approach the bridge, turn left on a small road that has a sign saying Fusa Kraftlag. Follow this road uphill, stay on the main road. You will come up to a building with Fusa Kraftlag written on it. Follow around on its left side and park on the left just before the road gets small and is closed by a gate. This is the trailhead, location N60.24996, E005.74328, elevation about 85 meter.
Follow the forest road uphill, it soon ends near a building. The red marked trail continues uphill on its left side. Follow the well marked trail uphill, passing a hut just as you break out of the vegetation. Continue more gently uphill, then across the plateau and up on the right hand side of a creek to lake Stemmetjørna. The trail continues on the right side of the lake, ascending to a small plateau. At the end of this plateau, the trail turns more right up a gentle gully. Leave the trail here and cross left towards the stream, ascend on its right side to reach lake Brekketjørna. Pass on the left side and ascend easy terrain to the lower end of a distinct gully. Ascend this gully to the very top, then angle left across easy terrain to reach the small summit ridge. The highest point is marked with a small cairn (up to your right.)
I left at 1115 and had a nice hike up to the summit, arriving there shortly before 1300. I enjoyed the view across to Ottanosa and had a nice rest until 1315. The return hike was equally nice and I was back at my car at 1435.