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Rondslottet seen from Veslesmeden
Highest point
Elevation2,178 m (7,146 ft)
Prominence1,232 m (4,042 ft) [1]
Isolation53.6 kilometres (33.3 mi)
Listing3 at List of highest points of Norwegian counties
Coordinates61°54′59″N 9°51′10″E / 61.91639°N 9.85278°E / 61.91639; 9.85278Coordinates: 61°54′59″N 9°51′10″E / 61.91639°N 9.85278°E / 61.91639; 9.85278
LocationDovre and Folldal, Oppland and Hedmark, Norway
Parent rangeRondane
Topo map1718 I Rondane

Rondslottet is the highest mountain in the Rondane mountain range and is also the highest mountain in the county Hedmark.

The name[edit]

For the first element, see Rondane. The last element is the finite form of slott 'palace'.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ The key col is at the watershed between Dombås and Hjerkinn, more specifically south of Hjorttjønnin at Fokstugumyrin, 946 m (3,104 ft) above sea level.


  • A. Dyer et al. "Walks and Scrambles in Norway", ISBN 1-904466-25-7.
  • Bernhard Pollmann "Norway South", ISBN 3-7633-4807-7.