LocationSunndal, MaurangerMapFolgefonna National ParkStart and stopping pointBondhusParkingFrom Sunndal through the Bondhusbygda hamlet for 500 meters to the parking lot at the entrance to Bondhusdalen Valley. There is a sign by the highway. NOTE: Please park in such a way that the road can be accessed by tractor.MarkingThere is an information board by the parking lot and by the intersection 500 meters before Lake Bondhusvatnet.T markings, signs and cairns. GradingBlackChallenging hike, five boots according to the DNT system.Difference in altitude60 - 1450m AMSLEstimated Time10 hours round trip Recommended adviceThe weather changes abruptly in the high mountain by the glacier. Bring clothes for precipitation and cold weather.Staying the night to experience evenings and mornings is recommended.OverviewFrom the parking lot there is a quality gravel road, Isvegen, to the intersection 500 meters before Lake Bondhusvatnet. From here on the restored riding path up Hillerslia for 18 hairpin turns to Gardshammarsetra mountain farm, and further up to a bridge by Lake Botnavatnet. Continue on a partly built path in screes and high mountains to the cabin Breidablikk, which is unmanned and has four beds. It takes approx. 1 hour from here to the glacier center Fonnabu, which is unmanned and has 27 beds. This is the most used way up to Folgefonna Glacier, that includes the extraordinary experience of "From Fjord To Glacier". The cabins Breidablikk and Fonnabu are owned by Bergen turlag and are maintained by Kvinnherad turlag.Glacier guiding over Folgefonna:To get onto the glacier, you need to have the necessary equipment and experience. A satisfactory alternative could be a walk in the mountains along the glacier. You will find many beautiful ice and mountain formations here. For a couple of weeks during the summer, the glacier is tour guided every day from Fonnabu to Holmaskjerhytta at the Odda side. The guided glacier tour can be booked via bookinglink on this page. You can also book a guide from Sundal and up to Fonnabu over the glacier to Holmaskjer(Odda).