Bondhusbreen Gletscher

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Bondhusbreen Gletscher
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globedecker
Summit, NJ324 contributions
Easy trek to sublime views
jun 2019. • Porodično
This is a relatively easy hike from the parking lot above Sunndal. The paved parking lot has bathrooms and displays with history of the trail and maps of the area. We saw people pushing babies in strollers/prams up the gravel trail.

After about 2km you reach the absolutely lovely Bondhusvatnet lake. There are a number of stone picnic tables in the area to rest and take in the view.

If you want to continue to the right around the lake the trail gets a bit rougher (no prams) but is still relatively easy with no major elevation changes. We continued almost to the opposite side of the late before a high stream blocked the path.

If you are in this area and have an hour or two to spare, you really should not miss this hike.
Written 29. jun 2019.
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skc
Mumbaj (Bombaj), Indija291 contribution
Pleasant hike up to a beautiful lake and glacier
jun 2018. • Porodično
The Bondhusbreen glacier is located at one end of the Bondhusvatnet lake, a glacial lake formed by the glacier. It can be approached from Bondhus/Sundal via a 1 hour pleasant hike which curves along the stream which flows from the lake to the fjord, emptying at Sundal. The lake perimeter has tables for a picnic and pit stop (in case you decide to hike further up to the glacier). The lake itself is a pleasant spot to spend some time. The water is quite still making for beautiful reflections of the mountains and skies. It can be chilly on cloudy summer days so warm clothing is recommended.
Written 11. jul 2018.
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Harrison McCandless
London, UK154 contributions
Nice short hike to a stunning spot
mar 2018. • Parovi
Visiting Norway this time of year gives you some of its most famous hikes with the added challenge of snow but also lets you have a lot of the spots to yourself pretty much once you get there. This particular hike was around 6km round trip with a medium amount of snow at this time of year. Hiking boots were sufficient to get there and back without too much trouble. The lake was still completely frozen with lots of snow on the mountains and glacier in the distance. A beautiful spot to visit if you have a couple of bourse free around Fongefonna National Park.
Written 29. mart 2018.
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UniversalTraversal
Oakville, Kanada833 contributions
Easy hike with a stunning view
sep 2016. • Parovi
We only had a short time in Hardanger fjord, and we were not in good enough physical condition to do Trolltunga. This is a very easy and still very pretty alternative. The initial walk is straightforward, and you get an amazing view of the glacier with a lake so still it could be a mirror in the foreground. The walk after that takes you to a rocky beach on the opposite side of the lake which also gives a nice reverse view of the fjord. The walk is not super long - maybe 2 hours return if you don't hang around in one place for too long.
Written 5. decembar 2016.
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