Norwegian Mountains

Hordaland Mountains: Radøy
Introduction will follow... 

Map of Hordaland. Copyright Hordaland Fylkeskommune.
Map design by Geir Ketil Lien


The primary tops (elevation >= 300m, primary factor >= 100m)

There are no tops in this category

The candidates (elevation >= 300m, primary factor >= 90m)

There are no tops in this category.

The lower tops (primary factor >= 100m)

(The below table is sorted by height)

Rank Name Height Loc. PF Saddle
Parent M711 Map
1. Morkefjellet 217m 32 V 286068 6728397 217m - - 1116-III Herdla
2. Kvitsteinsfjellet 209m 32 V 286730 6726116 186m 32 V 286686 6728357 Morkefjellet 1116-II Sæbø
3. "Solheimsåsen" 190m 32 V 289492 6726590 162m 32 V 288543 6725375 Kvitsteinsfjellet 1116-II Sæbø
4. "Kolåsen" 154m 32 V 281553 6732550 126m 32 V 284193 6730624 Morkefjellet 1116-III Herdla

Sources: Norgesglasset per July 27 2005. MapSource used for UTM co-ordinates.
Download MapSource GDB file with mountains and saddles here.


Name: Names are derived from the M711 maps. Names in quotes (") are derived from Økonomisk Kartverk (ØK)
Height: I have chosen to let ØK heights override M711 heights
Loc: UTM co-ordinates for the high point or the saddle defining the primary factor. These co-oordinates are approximate.
PF: The mountain's primary factor. Explained in detail here.
Parent: A higher mountain that defines the mountain's primary factor. Not valid when there are choices. Island high points never has a parent as the sea always will define the primary factor.
Map: The M711 map where the mountain's high point is located.

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