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Stetind Mountain

Stefjorden, 8590, Norway
+47 958 76 306
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A favorite!

One can truly understand that this is the National mountain of Norway, I climbed it about 15 times... read more

Reviewed 15 February 2017
Lars N
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Abisko, Sweden
Fantastic mountain and a magnificent hike

The hike to Svartavatnet takes you two hours. Good shoes are a requisite as the trail gets a bit... read more

Reviewed 1 September 2015
Asle F
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Stetind – Norway’s national mountain Stetind in Tysfjord is a majestic natural landmark with its extremely characteristic shape in the beautiful North Norwegian fjord landscape. With a height of 1392 m directly from the fjord, Norway’s national mountain, also called “God’s anvil”, juts out like an obelisk in the mountain wilds. You may go on family-friendly walks to spots in the “lower” parts of the mountain – or complete the lofty ascent accompanied by a local guide. Stetind also offers “stern pleasures” for experienced mountain climbers.
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14 Feb 2017
“A favorite!”
1 Sep 2015
“Fantastic mountain and a magnificent hike”
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Stefjorden, 8590, Norway
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Reviewed 15 February 2017

One can truly understand that this is the National mountain of Norway, I climbed it about 15 times last summer and didn't get tired of it!

Thank Lars N
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Reviewed 1 September 2015

The hike to Svartavatnet takes you two hours. Good shoes are a requisite as the trail gets a bit rough at the end. From Svartavatnet the trail goes steeply to the summit of Halls fortopp. You should be physically fit and not too scared of...More

1  Thank Asle F
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Reviewed 19 June 2015

We drove under the mountain by a clear day. The view is amazing, it truly is an epic mountain in every way.

1  Thank Arctic_Lyon
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