• Husafjellet
  • 370 m
  • Primary factor 112 m
  • Location: North 60.65454, East 005.81497 (GPS at the summit).
  • Vaksdal, Norway
  • Difficulty, YDS class 1
  • Climbed on October 6. 2020


How to get there:
Drive E-16 from Bergen. Continue E-16 past Trengereid towards Voss. After Dale, turn left on Hwy. 5xx to Romarheim. Drive this narrow road to Straume where you cross the fjord on a bridge. Very shortly after this bridge, turn right on a small road. Continue straight when pavement ends, then turn left. There is parking right away on your left hand side. This is a good trailhead, location N60.65506, E005.81060, elevation 55 meter.
Route description:
Walk back to where you turned left, go straight and follow the nice dirt road as it climbs gently with the fjord down on your right hand side. Continue until the road makes a sharp bend left. There is a flag pole on the right hand side. A small, but clear trail runs directly left and ascends some smooth rock. Follow this trail as it makes a small descent then finds its way along a narrow shelf. You now have the fjord down on your left. The trail is marked by some unusual fabric tied to the trees. Follow this trail all the way to the summit.
I returned to the trailhead after hiking Storanipo. I next had a couple of job related phone calls, before heading out at 1320.
The hike was easy. The trail is likely fairly new as older reports do not mention it. I arrived at the summit at 1400. The face towards Straume is a vertical cliff, quite impressive and providing a very nice view. I took a few pictures before returning by the same route. I was back down by the car around 1430.