Glittertind Climber's Log

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thomasalbrechtsen - Dec 29, 2015 6:59 am Date Climbed: Aug 28, 2014

Beautiful day hike  Sucess!

Climbed it from Spiterstulen and back. Saw few people, but a lot of reindeer :)


salodanger - May 5, 2012 6:13 am

Traverse  Sucess!

From Glitterheim to Spiterstulen.

andre hangaard

andre hangaard - Aug 15, 2011 5:34 pm Date Climbed: Aug 4, 2011

Complete whiteout  Sucess!

Åsa and I summited Glittertind from our high camp at beautiful Steindalen through the west flank. Visibility 10 meters on the summit. Rather icy and cold. Care taken on the summit due to the assumed cornices.


seba_mallnitz - May 27, 2010 3:06 pm

Glittertind  Sucess!

Climbed Glittertind during a 12 day hike in Jotunheimen. Bivouac at Leirtjonne and from there to the top. No visibility due to snow. Return to bivouac place and then continued to Spiterstulen.


turistoalpinista - Dec 14, 2009 4:47 pm

Alone  Sucess!

Just me and my friend on the summit around nine a.m. What an experience! Great to be alone on the one of the highest summits of Jotunheimen.


hansw - Oct 11, 2009 7:36 am Date Climbed: Aug 24, 1993

From Spiterstulen Hut

We started from the Spiterstulen hut. The tour took all day to complete. No major difficulties, (August 24, 1993).


bledl - Sep 2, 2009 3:37 am

Very nice hiking peak  Sucess!

Climbed Glittertind with Roman, Timm & Elmar during a trip to Norway in our school vacations. Jotunheimen is a very special place!


David_Holland - Jul 23, 2009 1:19 pm Date Climbed: Jul 9, 2009

solo  Sucess!

Solo tour to the summit from spiterstulen. Bad rainy and snow conditions. Whiteout at the summit, it get near as possible to the summit, knowing there is the danger of cornices,


damgaard - Mar 21, 2009 9:41 am Date Climbed: Jul 4, 2004

Snowstorm  Sucess!

Walked up from Spitterstulen. Fine trip except very low visibility due to snow the upper 300 m. Couldn't see a thing. 7 hours for the trip up/down


Kjetil - Nov 1, 2008 5:12 pm

Beautiful from the East  Sucess!

Don't remember exactly the date, but it was in the most incredible warm Easter, which I think was 2003. My ambition was to sleep in an open bivuac on the summit, but I didn't quite make it there. I slept under the open skies at around 2200 meters, and then ascended in the early morning the next day. I descended down the south-west flank (which was rocky and no good skiing) and onwards to Veobreen.


BigLee - Sep 16, 2006 8:01 pm Date Climbed: Sep 15, 2006

Great day's climbing  Sucess!

Weather was cloudy in the morning but the afternoon was great. Summited Glitter-Rundhø and Ryggehø before returning to Stiterstulen.


chris.mueller - Jul 28, 2006 1:48 pm Date Climbed: Jul 24, 2006

Climbed from Glitterheim  Sucess!

Perfect views and nice weather while the ascend. weather shifted into bad thunderstorm with lots of icigles and rain at the descend. No wind. Crampons were fine because of the ice in the upper part. Trace was very dangerously near the cornice. Climbed from and to Glitterheim.

lenik - Jun 1, 2005 2:06 pm

Route Climbed: From Spiterstulen Date Climbed: September 2003  Sucess!

Just fog everywhere, no views, on the summit quite strong wind.


julesblaidd - Oct 9, 2003 3:07 am

Route Climbed: Southern Route from Glitterheim Date Climbed: 20th August 2003  Sucess!

It was very foggy weather. Around 2000m we reached the snow and we saw nothing from the summit.

Oyvind Lind Petersen

Oyvind Lind Petersen - Jan 28, 2003 6:28 am

Route Climbed: From Spiterstulen Date Climbed: July 1973  Sucess!

We were carrying skis all the way from the July-green valley around the starting-point Spiterstulen, 1100 meter. My brother Trond and I hit the snow at 1700 m. and start cross-countrying all the way to the peak in a too-much-sun-condition.

And Glittertind is more dramatic and scenic than Galdopiggen which is few lousy meter higher.

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