Áhkká is situated in northern Sweden, in the Stora Sjöfallet national park. It is also known as the “Queen of Lapland”. The mountain massif is dominating its surrounding area and is of high importance in the Sami culture. Its name refers to the mother goddess Maderakka. The summit region of the Áhkká-massif consists of twelve peaks with Stortoppen being the highest. Nordosttoppen (north east peak) also reaches a height of over 2000 meters. The first recorded ascent of Stortoppen was accomplished in 1924.
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Elevation: 2016 m
Country and region: Sweden, Norrbottens län
Mountain range: Scandinavian Mountains
Prominence: 1105 m
Orometric dominance: 55
Coordinates: 67.583333, 17.483333