07-Sep-2002 -- The first visitors to this point, the two sons of a coworker, reported that they had spent a long time (5+ hours) getting to the point and back.
Since I'm interested in orienteering I always study the best maps I can find before going on a confluence hunt, and in this case I found something that looked like a much better way to the point:
I started from Drangedal center, and drove about 11 km SSW along a narrow dirt road, past a few quite scary points, where the road is cut into the cliffside, until I got to a gate about 3.3 km WNW of the point. There I had to reverse for about 200 m, to a junction where there was room to park alongside the road without blocking it.
Since I came well-prepared, I had my daughter's small, fully suspended, 5-speed bike in the trunk. Using this I passed the gate (here in Norway a gate like this just means that you can't drive a motorized vehicle past it, passing it on foot or bike is OK!) and went slightly uphill for about 2.5 km.
At this point I had to leave the road, so I hid the bike in some bracken (probably not needed, I didn't see anyone on the trip), and ran the remaining 850 m to the point.
On the way there I visited the highest nearby point, a hill about 150-200 m west of the confluence, which offered a very nice view of the area.
At the point itself I took a set of photos, before returning to the bike and then the car. Total time: About 52 minutes.