What are the names of the mountains in Norway?
There are very many mountains in Norway. Here is a list of the 20 highest one.
- Galdhøpiggen - 2469 m high
- Glittertind - 2465 m high
- Store Skagastølstinden - 2405 m high
- Store Styggedalstinden - 2387 m high
- Store Skarstind - 2377 m high
- Vesle Galdhøpiggen or Veslepiggen - 2369 m high
- Store Surtnisngsue - 2368 m high
- Store Memurtinden - 2366 m high
- Jervvasstind - 2351 m high
- Sentraltind - 2351 m high
Norway gets over 90 % of it's energy from hydroelectric power. Norway is a country with a lot of mountains and 40 % of the land area lies 600 metres or more above the sea level. Because of the mountains with plateaus and the climate, Norway is a country with perfect conditions for hydroelectric power.
Norway is to vast for you to use any "average" value as an indicator on how the weather is in Norway. There are coastline climates, inn-land climates, vast forests and massive mountains after the little incident with Greenland 400million years ago (crashed into Norway). In the winter, most of Norway has subzero degrees (Celsius degrees), usually between -5 to -30 high up in the mountains, to 2 to -2 at coastlines. In the summer time…