Bjødalskampen (1159 m.a.s.l.) is the highest point on the flat and wide mountain massif Bjødalsfjellet west of Bagn. During winter a groomed cross-country skiing track passes close by the summit, from both Ellingsæter in the south-east and Fjellstølen in the north. We describe the circuit from Søre Fjellstølen which can be reached by car on a toll road from Stavedalen. Here you find winter parking lots (against fee).
From Søre Fjellstølen, the circuit is 12.5-13 km long and can be skied in both directions. The follwing description is clockwise. From the parking lot, follow the track southwards first 600 m and then another 200 m, before you turn left east. The track then turns south-east and ascends onto the mountain plateau over the tree line towards Ølnessæterfjellet. After 2.5 km, in a 4-armed intersection, turn right westwards until you reach another intersection after 1.5 km. Again you choose the right track which now climbs onto the highest part of the plateau of Bjødalsfjellet, and you can see the summit, Bjødalskampen right ahead. The track leads around the summit in the south, but it is not far off-tarck to the highest point. Now a quite fresh downhill part leads to a 4-armed intersection north-west of the summit. Here you turn rback towards Søre Fjellstølen, either on the track to the right which is steeper downhill, ending up in the intersection 800 m from the parking, or straight ahead. The latter quickly also takes a right turn and passes a warming hut on the way back. If choosing this one, turn right twice towards when reaching Søre Fjellstølen and then left in the intersection 600 m before the parking.