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Høgevarde

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Høgevarde
Aiming plate at the summit
Highest point
Elevation1,459 m (4,787 ft)
Prominence209 m (686 ft)
Isolation4.5 to 4.7 km (2.8 to 2.9 mi) Edit this on Wikidata
Coordinates60°17′26.50″N 9°27′31.75″E / 60.2906944°N 9.4588194°E / 60.2906944; 9.4588194Coordinates: 60°17′26.50″N 9°27′31.75″E / 60.2906944°N 9.4588194°E / 60.2906944; 9.4588194
Geography
LocationKrødsherad, Buskerud, Norway
Parent rangeNorefjell

Høgevarde or Høgevard is the second highest peak (1459 m) on the Norefjell mountain range and the highest point in the municipality of Krødsherad in Buskerud, Norway. It is known for its vast view (estimated 40,000 km²) over eastern Norway. At the top there is an iron plate giving names and directions to mountains along the horizon. About 100 meters below the peak is Høgevardehytta, a self-service cabin maintained by the DNT (Den Norske Turistforening).[1]

References

  1. ^ "Høgevarde". Toppomania. Retrieved October 1, 2016.


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