|Elevation||1,513 m (4,964 ft)|
|Listing||13 at List of highest points of Norwegian counties|
|Location||Trøndelag and Nordland, Norway|
|Topo map||1925 II Børgefjellet (west) and 2025 III Ranseren (east)|
Jetnamsklumpen (Southern Sami: Jitnemensnuhkie) is the highest point of Jetnamfjellet, a mountain on the border of the municipalities of Røyrvik (Trøndelag county) and Hattfjelldal (Nordland county) in Norway. The 1,513-metre (4,964 ft) tall mountain is located in the Børgefjell National Park, and it is the highest point in Trøndelag county.
The eastern point of the large Jetnamsfjellet mountain, about 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) east of Jetnamsklumpen, has the name Jetnemsklumpen in Swedish (since that location is partially in Sweden). This point is considerably lower, at 1,206 metres (3,957 ft), but it is a quadripoint for four counties: Trøndelag and Nordland in Norway, and Jämtland and Västerbotten in Sweden.
The first element is from the Southern Sami language word "jitneme" which means "area covered with snow", and the last element is the finite form of Norwegian language word "klump" which means "clump" or "round mountain".
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