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Bynuten Photo: Liv Kristina Bantel
Bynuten Photo: Liv Kristina Bantel

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Bynuten (671 metres above sea level) is situated in the outskirts, east in Sandnes. From the top the view is magnificent in every direction. On the top of Bynuten there is a beautifully constructed beacon. There is also good facilities for climbing in the area.

The path is 9 km long and you will need approx. 4 – 5 hours for the hike. It is possible to combine with a hike to Selvikstakken which gives you a beautiful view over the opening of the Lysefjord.

The path follows mostly open terrain and it is fairly easy to walk to Bynuten and demanding to Selvikstakken.

Own transport. Rv13 towards Høle, then continue on Rv 508 towards Oltedal. Parking on the left hand side of the road.

You need proper shoes and don’t forget a packed lunch.

Track: Marked path, mountain terrain.
Distance: Total 9 km to Bynuten, longer if Selvikstakken is included
Height variations: 370 metres
Terrain: Undulating


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Bynuten - Photo: Liv Kristina Bantel


Bynuten (671 metres above sea level) is situated in the outskirts, east in Sandnes. From the top the view is magnificent in every direction. On the...


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