Damsgårdsfjellet is located to the west of the city center and is the lowest of the seven mountains. From the top you will have a nice view of the city, the city fjord, and the district of Fyllingsdalen.
Damsgårdfjellet is considered an easy and low-elevation trekk. Some people claim Damsgårdfjellet is not a mountain in its own right, but exploring it can still be an adventure. A hike up Damsgårdsfjellet can start both from the west and the east. With a height of only 317 meters, this "mountain" is one of the easier hikes in Bergen, although there is another top point at the mountain to the south ranging 354 meters above sea level.
How to get there
You can search for the best transit options to the trailheads on the Skyss Travel Planner. Below are some options from the city centre depending on where you plan to start the hike:
- The shortest hike is from Melkeplassen.
- You can also walk to Melkeplassen from the city centre in about 45-50 minutes via the Puddefjorden bridge by walking north towards Damsgård, and then up the hill to the south-west. There are signs for the hike starting around the football field.
- You can also take a bus to Damsgård hovedgård and start your trip from there.
For transportation options, check skyss.no travelplanner.