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Showing Petter Bjørstad's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (131 out of 172, or 76.16%)

RankPeak Elev-M
(Avg)
 Prom-M
(Avg)
Radius-KmBearingAscent Date
1.Glittertinden246599557.29SSW1991-08
2.Surtningssue236871868.39SSW1995-08
3.Knutsholstinden234196979.83SSW1998-08
4.Mesmogtinden226476982.5SSW2014-09-05
5.Besshø225884867.74SSW2006-08-12
6.Storebjørn222281279.65SW2008-05-10
7.Uranostinden215770789.98SW2006-08-06
8.Snøholstinden214167684.45SSW2008-08-12
9.Høgronden211570543.32ESE2010-08-01
10.Hestdalshøgdi209164166.2WSW2013-05-19
11.Lodalskåpa2083793106.06WSW1994-05
12.Stølsnostind207466495.16SW 
13.Kvitingskjølen206477941.8SSW2008-05-12
14.Trolltinden201878835.65ESE2013-08-01
15.Gråhø201497653.14W2004-02-14
16.Hjelledalstinden198969496.86SW 
17.Tordsnose197568576.94W2015-03-14
18.Skridulaupen196271281.17W2015-03-15
19.Folarskardnuten1930952179.01SSW1998-10-31
20.Høgeloft1920790124.98SSW2006-02-11
21.Svarthøe188359348.79WNW 
22.Storkalkinn188065065.01NNW 
23.Stolhyrna1852727106.74W 
23.Store Venjetind185271781.25NW 
25.Torvløysa185080097.45W 
26.Kaldfonna184959964.72NNW 
27.Heimdalshø184367371.55S1974-04-09
28.Såtbakkollen184095068.54NNW2006-10-05
29.Slotthøa183796766.02NW2006-10-06
30.Store Hånosi1836606147.88SW2010-09-12
31.Snønipa1827732136.41WSW2009-04-18
32.Kongskrona181868871.29NNW 
33.Berdalseken1814731117.61SSW2010-01-31
34.Vikesaksa180985971.8NW 
35.Hånådalstinden180661673.67WNW 
36.Kalskråtinden180271378.39WNW 
37.Storsomrungsnebba179876865.24N 
38.Breitinden179787982.43WNW2009-07-02
39.Finnan178692388.51WNW2009-07-01
40.Fossafjellet178359365.54NW 
41.Sikkilsdalshøa177865365.57S2010-03-05
41.Veslebotnskarvet1778628131.85SSW2007-04-15
43.Vennisfjellet1776646104.55SSW2008-02-15
44.Gravskardhøgda176779755.36ESE2006-02-28
45.Storsylen1762647188.23NE1972-10-15
46.Stiganosi1761651170.98SW2008-11-22
47.Heidalsmuen174596251.78SSE2004-11-13
48.Storbarden174265293.59W 
49.Høgstolen173962990.74WNW 
50.Breidfonntind173680673.28NW 
51.Skarfjellet172364780.32WNW 
52.Fokstughøi171660113.99E2013-11-03
53.Skjorta171362378.69NW 
54.Tarven1703735179.31SW2010-04-24
55.Sandåhøa170063059.44N2013-02-22
56.Søndre Knutshøa169075137.44NE2013-11-02
57.Dyrtjørnhøi168768556.11S2010-03-04
58.Skaget168661888.85S2010-10-08
59.Fremsta Ryssenipa1685835137.8WSW2009-06-30
60.Dønttinden167662072.61WNW 
61.Blåhøa167190274.6N2008-05-13
62.Snota166987984.29N2007-03-18
63.Høg-Gia164163160.65NE2010-07-31
64.Grovabreen1636606152.3WSW2010-05-02
65.Neådalssnota162169178.05N 
66.Blåhøe161776422.81SSE2006-03-03
67.Geitfjellet1615685108.28W 
68.Trollhetta161488485.32N2007-03-16
69.Taskedalstinden160967997.25WNW 
70.Blåøret160567769.82NNE2013-02-23
71.Elgspiggen1604780116.08E2008-02-17
72.Storhornet1600830133.48W2015-05-14
73.Nordre Sålekinna1595822126.43E2008-02-18
74.Storhornet158975963.56NNE2005-03-11
75.Storfonn1587985140.4WSW2004-11-06
76.Råna1586776134.19W2013-08-19
77.Gilafjellet1584636117.48SSW2010-01-30
77.Skruven1584734122.93W 
79.Snøfjellet157962975.65NNW 
80.Nonstinden157398398.62WNW2006-10-21
81.Middagstinden156971996.64WNW 
82.Storviglen1561744158.92ENE1970-08
83.Kjøvskardtind155271084.96NW 
84.Skrommelnebba154859878.28NNW 
85.Høgstoplan154779961.57NNW 
86.Gråhøgda1543633117.25ENE2010-07-31
87.Seljebottinden153164199.86WNW 
88.Sætredalsfjellet1526856120.83W2015-05-15
89.Bukkenibba1520590179.75W2013-08-02
90.Grøtet1519629107.69W 
91.Flosteinnibba1516731112.41W2015-05-17
91.Ruten151678871.92SSE2005-11-05
93.Storbua1498651106.55WNW 
94.Rognnebba149772784.97N 
95.Gråhøa149360050.98N2013-11-02
96.Kvitegga1489699117.76W2015-05-16
97.Dalmannshornet1476646125.63W 
98.Skjorta1472602152.04WSW2010-10-16
99.Fivlenosi1466728114.76SW2010-05-02
99.Gråfjell1466616196.93S2006-08-14
101.Bjørnabreen1464734170.73WSW2010-09-26
102.Elgåhogna1460685152.73E2008-02-16
103.Fongen1441651175.72NE1972-02
104.Lauparen1434803111.62WNW2013-08-18
105.Vassdalsnipa1430666164WSW2010-05-08
106.Jolhornet1409760140.3W2015-04-10
107.Åbittinden139660184.22NNW2014-11-01
108.Viromskjerringa137466480.15NNW2013-06-22
109.Søre Svartkampen136963941.89SSE2010-10-09
110.Dalegubben1344976140.83W2006-10-07
111.Forolhogna1332639107.82NE1973-02
111.Matøskja1332731156.18W2009-01-31
113.Indre Sula132565587.17NNW2013-06-23
114.Blånebba132059084.46NW 
115.Snøhornet1309716149.41W2012-02-11
116.Saudehornet1303825155.96W2011-05-01
117.Vassdalstinden1277667153.6W 
118.Urfjellet1267919129.54WNW2006-01-07
119.Prosten1263673105.94WNW 
120.Jolgrøhornet1253905113.36WNW2006-02-18
121.Setnesfjellet123871090.77WNW 
122.Åvasstinden1233695152.14W 
123.Roaldshornet1230697121.32WNW2006-10-22
124.Skopphornet1226668140.3WNW2012-10-13
125.Iglfjellet1218785103.84NNE1972-01
126.Blåtind1214644146.98W 
127.Ryssdalshornet1201685152.73WSW2010-10-10
128.Sprovstinden1194821120.11WNW2008-04-05
129.Storehaugfjell1173983147.18SW2002-11-17
130.Store Haugmelen1172972134.33SW2004-07-04
131.Trolltinden1170860123.5WNW2006-02-19
132.Næremstindan1169631117.6WNW2012-10-14
133.Resfjellet1161663104.44NNE2009-02-22
134.Svarteknibba1150647181.52WSW2009-10-25
135.Blæja1142654174.36W2012-10-12
136.Molden1121808126.37SW2006-03-26
137.Breidfjellet110360585.86NW2014-11-01
138.Kvasshornet1094713183.05W2012-02-04
139.Blåskjerdingen1069771135.92WNW2006-01-08
140.Blåfjellet1067624179.39WSW2010-11-13
141.Skarven104866098.33NW2014-11-02
142.Ruten1039741120.45N2009-02-21
143.Storkjelen1038635139.04W2013-08-20
144.Løsethornet1032624160.6W2012-10-11
145.Snøtind1027877119.75NW2007-02-18
146.Reinsfjellet996825112.05NNW2005-09-04
147.Hjelmen978695112.21NNW2013-06-21
148.Ramstadvarden962624124.37WNW 
149.Storfjellet950892144.96WNW2006-05-24
150.Koppefjellet940602152.88W2012-02-05
151.Talstadhesten913805132.42NW2007-02-17
152.Inderbergsalen908908128.94NNW2006-08-27
153.Storøra905664128.95NNW2006-08-27
154.Saksa902696113.21NNW2013-06-21
155.Skarven899899131.21NNW2006-08-26
156.Strengen89075298.33NNW2013-06-23
157.Sandvikshornet876788133.84WNW2007-03-10
158.Kvitfjellet833815103.97WNW2007-02-18
159.Todalsfjellet821758129.27N2005-03-13
160.Gamlemsveten791598154.79WNW2012-02-12
161.Storebøra785702185.61W2012-02-05
162.Tverrfjellet776776157.63WNW2006-05-26
163.Melen768705137.54NW2010-11-06
164.Mekknoken751751126.71NW2010-11-07
165.Oppstadhornet737737139.12WNW2008-04-06
166.Bølia703670108.3NNW2010-11-08
167.Blåtind697697168.25W2009-02-01
168.Korsbakkfjellet694694127.47NNW2010-11-07
169.Skalten692642137.27NW2010-11-06
170.Høgfjellet689606112.05NNW2010-11-08
171.Sollia661661180.16W2011-05-01
172.Freikollen629629128.86NNW2006-08-27

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