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Summit climb to Store Skagastølstind (2405 masl) – Storen

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Store Skagastølstind (also known as Storen) is the third highest peak in Norway

It is situated on the border between the municipality of Luster and Årdal in Sogn og Fjordane county, Norway.

The 2,405-metre (7,890 ft) mountain is part of the Hurrungane range.

The summit is a popular destination for mountaineers, but it is fairly difficult to climb. The first ascent was made by William Cecil Slingsby on 21 July 1876. There are a number of different routes, the most popular being Heftyes renne (Heftye’s couloir).