||Altitud: 2103 m 67°54´N 18°31´Ö|
Kebnekaise is the highest mountain in Sweden, thus being is the natural high point in the northern mountain region of Sweden, ranging from Abisko to Sarek. The summit is a glacier, thus the height will vary dependent on the map and the year. The height 2103m is derived from the detailed Kebnekaise map.
Two tourist trails lead up to the summit - Østra and Vastra leden (east and west route). The western trail is the public trail - no difficulties besides the length, while the eastern trail requires some degree of climbing, but the route is much shorter. The east route is guided from Kebnekaise fjellstation every morning, if weather permits. The route description below will cover both routes. Vierramvare is part of the west route and is the only uphill you will encounter when going down the west route. Tuolpagorni is an option for those hungry for more great views, lying next to Vierramvare on the west route.
||Altitud: 1328 m 69°18’N 21°16’Ö|
These mountains are located in Lappland, where Finland and Norway share border. Raisduottarhaldi is a Norwegian mountain, being the highest in this area. Halti - highest in Finland - is a spur of Raisduottarhaldi, on the country border. Ridnitsohkka is the Finland's 2nd highest mountain, and the highest mountain fully inside Finland.
Halti attracts a lot of hikers, being the highest in Finland, and the main hiking trail runs from Kilpisjarvi in Finland. This hike normally takes several days with overnight stays on huts along the way. A much shorter alternative, is to reach Halti from the Norwegian side, and this is the trail described in this document.
This mountain area is a tremendously large boulder/small rock area, without a single trail. Only the main trail from Kilpisjarvi has cairns showing the way. You will not see reindeer up here. The mountains have for the most very rounded and gentle shapes, with some occasional steeper faces.
||Altitud: 170,86 m 55°58’N 9 °50’Ö|
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||Altitud: 2469 m 61°38’N 8°12’Ö|
Galdhøpiggen is the highest mountain in Norway and Scandinavia, 2469m above sea level. The mountain attracks large crowds of hikers every year, and is probably the most visited mountain in Norway. The view from the summit towards glaciers and hundreds of other wild and rugged Jotunheimen peaks, is spectacular. A stone hut is located on the summit, and a warm drink and chocolate could be purchased if the hut is manned.
Even in summer, the weather on the mountain can be severe. Even on the finest day, you may experience the coldest winds. In other words, one should always dress accordingly.
Keilhaus Topp and Svellnos are two smaller humps you pass over, on your way from Spiterstulen to Galdhøpiggen.
||Altitud: 2119 m 64°02’N 16°40’V|