Store Austadbotntind

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Store Austanbotntind (also spelled Store Austanbotntinden) is the westernmost high peak in Norway. There are several ways to climb the mountain. The usual way is from Berdalsbandet (The road between Turtagroe and Oevre Aardal). Walk in north - eastern direction from the road. Follow the ridge to the western peak (2100 m.a.s.l.) Steep down to the glen between The Western and Store Austadbotntind. Further light climbing to the top (Rope is necessary). The view from the peak is very airy and powerful. Normal time 5 - 6 hours.

Elevation (feet): 7,228
Elevation (meters): 2,203
Continent: Europe
Country: Norway
Range/Region: Jotunheimen
Latitude: 61.441824
Longitude: 7.80098
Difficulty: Scramble
Best months for climbing: Jul, Aug, Sep
Year first climbed: 1883
First successful climber(s): C. Hall, M. Soggemoen
Nearest major airport: Flesland - Bergen
Convenient Center: Oevre Aardal

Thanks to Rune Chr. Bjerregaard for adding this peak.

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