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Glittertinden

Glittertinden Photo: Sverre Larssen
Glittertinden Photo: Sverre Larssen

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Norways second highest moauntain, 2.452 metres above sealevel. You can conquere the peak on your own on marked paths either from Spiterstulen or Glitterheim. The terrain you hike in is a micure of rockery and snow. Estimated time of the hikes  is aproximatly 8 hours from Glitterheim and 9 hours from Spiterstulen without breaks. Intermedia to advanced level. Follow singed road to Glitterheim from Spiterstueln or follow the signs to Spiterstulen from road 55 by Røisheim.

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Glittertinden

Norways second highest moauntain, 2.452 metres above sealevel. You can conquere the peak on your own on marked paths either from Spiterstulen or...

Glittertinden

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