Follow highway E39 from Bergen north towards the Sognefjord.
At the northern end of Romarheimsdalen valley, shortly after you've passed
the highest point, exit to the right at lake Storevatnet.
Continue on a service road and pass lake Storevatnet, lake Godbotnsvatnet
and lake Øvre Storevatnet. Park by the Svartavatn dam.
This description also includes access to Sørdalseggene,
nearby Storevasseggi. Since you've come all this way, you might
just as well do some additional nearby peaks.
From the dam, head north-east 5 minutes along the road towards
a service cabin. Turn north-west and walk towards and across
point 1001 and then towards Storevasseggi summit. You have to
do some discovery on your own to find a route down the mountain
that feels safe. The map does not indicate any steep terrain, but
when wet, parts of the mountain side should be avoided.
From Storevasseggi, walk south-west towards N. Sørdalseggi
(1027m) and follow the ridge towards S. Sørdalseggi (1014m).
If you look around, you should find plenty of places to descend.
Head towards the Øvre Storavatnet dam.
When you get to the lake, cross the south-western arm on the middle.
Follow the service road back to Svartavatn dam.
This is nothing but a long walk, and the walk from lake Storavatnet
to Svartavatnet could feel terribly long, after the walk over
You might find trails here and there, but I did not rely on trails
for this hike.