Glittertind (literally meaning "shiny peak") was previously (and arguable) Norway's highest mountain. Recently, however, some of the massive glacier covering the peak has melted, and it currently measures 2,464 meters above sea level, losing the title to Galdhøpiggen (which stretches 2,469 meters).

Glittertind is nevertheless a popular destination for hardy tourists, with a fantastic view over the surrounding peaks and valleys.

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