Korvatunturi lies in the Finnish part of Lapland, on the border to Russia. It is not so much its height, but rather the distinctive, sharp main summits which set the mountain apart from the surrounding area. Korvatunturi is especially well-known due to a popular Finnish story from the 1920s. According to the tale the mountain is the home of Joulupukki, the Finnish equivalent of Father Christmas.
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Elevation: 486 m
Country and region: Finland, Lapland / Russia
Prominence: 210 m
Orometric dominance: 43
Coordinates: 68.073611, 29.315278