The view point Kongens Utsikt is 484 metres above the beautiful lakes of Tyrifjorden and Steinsfjorden, west of Kleivstua. Admire the fantastic vistas of large parts of Ringerike and Hole. King Karl Johan’s visit in 1832 gave the view point its name: Kongens Utsikt means the King’s view point.
You can either start at Sundvolden and walk the 1,300 metres up to Kleivstua, or you can drive to Kleivstua. (Toll road, NOK 25)
The path from Kleivstua to the view point is clearly signposted. The walk takes around 30 minutes each way.
Have a good trip!
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating:
- Very Good5
- Jovita VNorwayTrip Type:Friends getawayModerate road up to hill.03/07/2017We was hiking up to this hill from the starting point. Not from the parking lot in the middle. So it was quite hard from the beginning but after we reached the middle of the road, we enjoyed the... Read full review
- Nordick12EuropeTrip Type:FamilyNice walk, nice views18/06/2017A short (45 minutes) and easy walk mainly through forests from the Kleivstua parking lot. Great views from the summit, with several benches to sit on so you can drink in the scenery. Read full review
- Tore Ivar STrip Type:BusinessInterresant sted å besøke26/08/2017Hadde med forbindelser fra utlandet. Oppnådde to ting. Fikk vise deler av norsk innland nær Oslo. Utsikten er fantastisk. Samtidig fikk vi snakket litt om vår historie. Kan anbefales. Read full review