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List of mountains in Sweden

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List of mountains in Sweden

Sweden has 12 peaks above 2000 metres in height.

Np. Mountain Landskap Elevation
1. - 2. Kebnekaise, Nordtoppen Lappland 2097 m
3. Sarektjåkkå, Stortoppen Lappland 2089 m
4. Kaskasatjåkka Lappland 2076 m
5. Sarektjåkkå, Nordtoppen Lappland 2056 m
6. Kaskasapakte Lappland 2043 m
7. Sarektjåkkå, Sydtoppen Lappland 2023 m
8. Áhkká, Stortoppen Lappland 2016 m
9. Akka, Nordvästtoppen Lappland 2010 m
10. Sarektjåkkå, Buchttoppen Lappland 2010 m
11. Pårtetjåkkå Lappland 2005 m
12. Palkattjåkkå Lappland 2002 m

Sweden, Highest elevation per historical province:

Landskap Mountain Elevation (m)
Blekinge Rävabacken 189
Bohuslän Björnerödspiggen 222
Dalarna Storvätteshågna 1204
Dalsland Baljåsen 302
Gotland Lojsta hed 83
Gästrikland Lustigknopp 402
Halland Högalteknall 226
Hälsingland Garpkölen 671
Härjedalen Helags 1797
Jämtland Storsylen 1743
Lappland Kebnekaise 2104
Medelpad Myckelmyrberget 577
Norrbotten Vitberget 594
Närke Tomasbodahöjden 298
Skåne Söderåsen 212
Småland Tomtabacken 377
Södermanland Skogsbyås 124
Uppland Tallmossen 118
Värmland Granberget 701
Västerbotten Åmliden 550
Västergötland Galtåsen 361
Västmanland Fjällberget 466
Ångermanland Tåsjöberget 635
Öland Högsrum 55
Östergötland Stenabohöjden 328
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