• Totlandsfjellet
  • 540 m
  • Primary factor 227 m
  • Samnanger, Norway
  • Location: North 60.39582, East 005.82260 (GPS at the summit)
  • Climbed October 23, 2016
  • Difficulty: YDS class 1


How to get there:
From Bergen, drive E-16 to Trengereid, then Hwy 7 to the traffic circle just after a long tunnel near the Samanger fjord. Hwy. 48 forks right here, continue on Hwy. 7 and measure from here. After 4.2 kilometer turn left onto a narrow paved road. This road climbs to a small lake, turn left at kilometer 7.0. Continue 800 meter, keep right at a few minor forks. Park on the right hand side just before a small downhill. This is the trailhead, location N60.40911, E005.81872, elevation about 310 meter.
The trail starts out going left at the base of the small ridge. This trail is pretty easy to follow once you are on it. It climbs steeply to the main ridge after the initial section along a few meadows. Next, it runs uphill and passes near a tall mast, then along rock mixed with small meadows to finally gain the pretty distinct summit. There is a trail register just below the summit point.
I started out at 1200 and arrived at the summit at 1240. Leaving at 1250, I was back down at 1325.