Location: Between Prestkjerringa and Skjervungen, Oppland, Norway.
Location: North 61:06.695, East 010:01.501 (GPS at the summit)
Climbed every vacation.
How to get there:
We normally start from our mountain hut west of Lillehammer. Another
starting point is the parking area at Verskei. Route description:
From Verskei one can ski a couple of different routes, south along the
ridge east of the Dokka valley or first to Nysetra, then across lake Kroktjern
merging with the former route. This is excellent terrain for skiing.
The cairn is located at N61:06.598, E010:01.498. The elevation is 1012 meter, 4 meter
lower than the highest point. Comments:
This is a very nice viewpoint. The mountain ends abruptly with
cliffs overlooking the nice lake below. There is a nice and well built cairn
here. The view towards south is
extensive as there are no other mountains this way. However, the
highest point is the next hump north with a very small cairn.
I have skied to this peak ever since I was a kid, we normally visit this
point every time when staying at our hut in winter or Easter.