Brekkhusfjellet, a steep and scenic climb in Norway
Brekkhusfjellet is a mountain pass at an elevation of 743m (2,437ft) above the sea level, located in Hordaland County, Norway.
The winding mountain road to the summit is totally paved but very narrow. Not recommended if you don't know how to reverse. It’s called Brekkhusfjellet mountain road. The journey is really scenic and at the summit there’s a tiny parking lot.
The pass road is 37.7 km (23.42 miles) long, running from Eksingedalen to Evanger. The drive is pretty steep, hitting a grueling 20.4% of maximum gradient through some of the ramps.
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