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In 1992 a major fire burned down a big area around Hopsfjellet mountain, north of Førde. In 1998 this area was protected by the Nature Conservation Act, to make it possible to study how flor and fauna and animal life can rebuild after a big fire in the forest. The walk up to the top (333 metres above sea level) takes aproximately 1 hour. On the top it is an amazing view!
Map: Hiking map Sveio (1 : 50 000)
Start and stop: at the forrest path at the eastern side of E39 by Hope, appr 4 km north of Førde
Parking: You may park at the starting point of the hike. NB! Be aware and drive carefully when entering the E39 again as it is very difficult to see the traffic.
Marking: Information board at the start. The path ist marked with signs. Good path.
Altitude: 46 - 333 m asl
Time/Duration: 1 ½ - 2 hours (roundtrip)
Season: All year
Equipment and clothing: Good hiking boots
The hike starts at a forrest road at the eastern side of E39 by Hope, and continues on a clearly visible path along a mountain top towards the top 333 m asl. From the top there is a beautiful view towards Ålfjorden (east) and Bømlafjorden to the west.
Board with starting point and map at the parking lot. Signs with arrows where the path splits. Sign at the top.
(Last updated 27. aug 2018)