Coordinates: UTM 33W 0374906 7268263, 65°30'44.9''N 12°17'40.8''E
Primary interests: Tourism
Hiking destination, starting at the same parking place as non-geological site B2-1, Skarsåsen. This hike goes on a mountain ridge with a stunning view on both sides, towards the coastal strandflat landscape in the west and the forests and mountains of Velfjord and the national park Lomsdal-Visten in the east. Along the trail is an exposure of garnet mica schists of the Sauren-Torghatten Nappe of the Helgeland Nappe Complex. Large garnets with perfect crystal form are seen at some places along the trail, for some parts lying loose like gravel. A mountain formation has the free name “HavLars”, from a local story about a sea troll. Close to this site are a hole through the mountain, and several pot holes.
Tourists use this site today, mainly because it is close to the bunkers from WWII at Skarsåsen. This is a popular hike for the local people, and and occasionly visited by schools, but there is a potential to further increase the educational use, to inform about geology.