• Setrelifjellet
  • 628 m
  • Primary factor 141 m
  • Location: North 60.83193, Esst 005.60051 (GPS at the summit).
  • Hordaland, Norway
  • Difficulty, YDS class 2
  • Climbed on November 12. 2020


How to get there:
Drive E-39 north from Bergen. You drive up the Romarheim valley, exit the upper tunnel, the road crosses the pass and starts descending. You will see the small, but distinct mountain on your left as well as a small turnoff where you may park. This location is N60.82836, E005.61165, elevation about 420 meter.
Route description:
Start out keeping slightly left of the peak, as you walk to the right, but fairly close to the leftmost red cabin, not the one located directly uphill. Turn gradually right as you enter the small bowl behind the first little bump on the main summit ridge. Head steeply uphill. Higher up, where some cliffs block easy access, traverse a bit left to locate a grassy gully connecting to the top. Finally, continue along the main crest, passing a couple of false summit points before the summit. There are two nearby areas of almost equal height.
I decided to do this peak as a bonus since I was nearby with some time to spare. I started up the hill at 1450. The ascent was easy and I arrived at the summit in 30 minutes. Good views all around. I descended at 1530, arriving back by my car at 1550, a one hour total trip time.