Rocktype Sandstone (soft)
Altitude 556m a.s.l
Storfjellet and Jokulvatnet from Raggfjellet, Spitsbergen - Svalbard © GarethSL
Perhaps inappropriately named, Storfjellet is by no means a big mountain however it lies within the impressive Sassendalen and north of the infamous Agardhbukta.
UTM33X: N8681560, E568650
UTM35X: N8695560, E295330
UTM37X: N8765070, E30250
DD.DDDD: 78.1920°N, 18.0065°Ø
DDMM.MM: 78°11.52'N, 18°0.39'Ø
DDMMSS: 78°11'31"N, 18°0'23"Ø
Latitude: 78° 11' 18.9" N
Longitude: 18° 3' 41.5" E
Magnetic declination: 8° 52' EAST
Declination is POSITIVE
Inclination: 82° 14'
Magnetic field strength: 54851.1 nT
Access to this mountain, although inside zone 10, requires permission from Sysselmannen due to being situated in the East of Spitsbergen.
The mountain either requires access by helicopter for which a landing permit is required, or by foot from Longyearbyen by means of prolonged expedition.
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