Kinnebu og Åkramarka
© Arne Eide

The variations on the route to the cabin are many, with great open flat farming land that stretches in towards forested crags to the east. After the track ascends, the open landscape continues again and dominates the view. The heather uplands stretch as far as Skudeneshavn in the south and to Kopervik in the north. A fantastic sight all year round!

Åkramarka has a rich and varied nature ranging from an agricultural and cultural landscape in the west to heather uplands and Snaufjell Mountain in the east. Åkra Hill Club has erected a cabin here on a height that commands a panorama view of Åkrahamn and the sea to the west. This cabin was opened in December 2002 following very enthusiastic voluntary work. The same volunteers are engaged in improving the stones of the cabin and the surrounding area. The cabin is open every Sunday from 11.00 to 15.00.
On the way up you pass the Scout Camp, an excellent spot for a break. With an exciting stream running nearby, the terrain is ideally suited to families with young children and is also accessible for buggies. From the parking area it possible to head south via the riding centre located there.

Åkra Hill Club maintain the cabin on a voluntary basis.

Mostly a gravel track and trail. Gravel track that returns to the starting point and is suited to prams, bicycles and wheelchairs.

From Haugesund:
Approx. 27 km. Take RV-47 south crossing Karmsund Bridge. Continue to the centre of Åkrehamn passing the traffic lights. At the second crossroads after the traffic lights, turn to the left onto Grindhaugsvei Road. Continue along this road to the crossroads at Myrdalsvei Road. Continue along the road, which goes over to gravel, until you come to a white barn where it is possible to park.


Avstand til målet:
Ca 2,5 km



Sist oppdatert: 08.09.2014
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