Stetind is one of the best-known Scandinavian mountains and since 2002 it holds the title of Norway's national mountain. Due to it's almost perfect obelisk-shape some call it the “Matterhorn of Scandinavia”. Even though the mountain is not particularly high, it's northern location the cold temperatures, and harsh weather make summit attempts quite difficult. Following a number of unsuccessful expeditions, the first ascent of Stetind was finally accomplished in 1910.
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Elevation: 1392 m
Country and region: Norway, Nordland
Mountain range: Scandinavian Mountains
Prominence: 594 m
Orometric dominance: 43
Coordinates: 68.165200, 16.592800