Johanhjortfjellet

Climbs 2 – Rocktype Sandstone (soft) – Altitude 306m a.s.l – Faces ?

Crag features
Mountain directly uphill from Russevika. Use satellite view in Google maps.

Mountain Location Information:

UTM33X: N8520030, E761520

UTM35X: N8498270, E451360

UTM37X: N8539750, E143110

DD.DDDD: 76.5584°N, 25.1253°Ø

DDMM.MM: 76°33.50'N, 25°7.52'Ø

DDMMSS: 76°33'30"N, 25°7'31"Ø

Navigation Information:

Latitude: 76° 33' 8.1" N

Longitude: 25° 11' 16.4" E

Magnetic declination: 13° 31' EAST

Declination is POSITIVE

Inclination: 81° 38'

Magnetic field strength: 54855.9 nT

Etymology:

After Johan Hjort, 1869-1948, Norwegian biologist and oceanographer, professor of marine biology at the University of Oslo, who took active part in the exploration of and research work concerning the Atlantic and North European Seas. Director of the Board of Fisheries 1900-17, where Iversen was adviser.

Access notes
Access via boat or helicopter with permission and permit from Sysselmannen.

Map area G14

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