• Nesbjørhovda
  • 346 m
  • Primary factor 283 m
  • Fusa, Norway
  • Location: North 60.06614, East 005.72833 (GPS at the summit)
  • Climbed October 29, 2016
  • Difficulty: YDS class 2


How to get there:
Locate the bridge that connects the big island Tysnes to the main land (Fusa). Abour 150 meter from this bridge, on the Fusa side, a small road forks directly north. Drive this road 1.5 kilometer to its very end. Park parallel with the fence on your left hand side. This is the trailhead, lcoation N60.05824, E005.71741, elevation about 30 meter.
Leave the road and head uphill on the left side of the small creek. There is a very faint trail here, marked with some red paint ob various trees. The route basically runs (steeply) uphill on the left side of this creek. Higher up, you should just pick your way on an ascending traverse (left) in the direction of the summit. The summit is easy to find, however, it is full of brush and there are no marker.
A very late start, shortly before 1400. It took me 45 minues to hike up, overall, the terrain was pretty reasonable. After 10 minutes, I descended in about the same time, it started to rain and I opted for the easy way out, the ferry from Våge at 1610.