List of Mountains in Norway By Height

List Of Mountains In Norway By Height

There are 291 peaks in Norway with elevations over sea level of 2,000 metres (6,562 ft) or more and that have a topographic prominence of more than 10 meters. The following list includes those 186 that have a topographic prominence of 50 meters or more. The Topographic isolation refers to the shortest horizontal distance one would have to travel to find a higher summit.

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... Cross tabulation of Norwegian peaks by height and primary factor (topographic prominence) Height >2400 m >2300 m >2200 m >2100 m >2000 m Prime factor >500 m 29 ... >250 ...

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