The first part of the trail follows a slightly hilly woodland road. About halfway down the road, it divides into two. The right-hand fork leads you to a steep trail that takes you directly to the top of the mountain. The left-hand fork offers an easier path to follow – with a gentler climb – which means this trail takes a while longer to walk. Both trails are easy to follow through this woodland area. Towards the top of the mountain, the landscape opens up and you can enjoy the fjord scenery. From here, you can see the islands around Florø, Svanøy and Flokenes.
Parking at a loading bay at the top of Skorvedalen, near Flea.