Bondhusvatnet glacier lake near Sundal in Kvinnherad is a popular destination and one of the most popular hikes in the Hardanger region. The hike is short and not demanding and you can do it all year round.
Bondhusbrea and Bondhusvatnet have been a popular destination since the mid-1800s, and it has not become less popular over the years. Pictures of the photo-friendly glacier water appear more and more frequently on social media, and it is not without reason. The colors of the lake, the unique landscape, and the glacier in the background make Bondhusdalen one of the most beautiful valleys in Norway.
The hike up from the parking lot in Sundal is not demanding at all. Both strollers and wheelchairs, though with a powerful engine, can get up the valley to Bondhusvatnet. Walking in «normal» speed, it is a 2 hour long round trip. If you want to go all the way to the glacier, it takes an additional hour.