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|Elevation||435.4 m (1,428 ft)|
|Location||Alta, Troms og Finnmark, Norway|
Skoddevarre (Northern Sami: Skoađđovárri) is a mountain in Alta, Norway. The mountain has several peaks, the tallest of which is located in the east, reaching 435.4 metres above sea level. The Great Norwegian Encyclopedia states that the highest peak is 434 metres and is located in the north. Nearby settlements include Kvenvik northwest of the mountain and the town of Alta to the northeast. The European route E6 runs north of the mountain between the settlements. The west wall at Skoddevarre is 200 metres high and is used for rock climbing. The bedrock consists of sandstone and greenschist. The "Gubben" formation is a pinnacle in the middle of the rock.
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- Askheim, Svein (26 January 2023) [2 September 2019]. "Skoddevarre". Great Norwegian Encyclopedia.
- "Skoddevarre Vestveggen" (PDF) (in Norwegian). Retrieved 2019-09-01.
- Rostad, Ida Louise (4 September 2019). "Helikopterulykken i Alta" [Helicopter Crash in Alta]. NRK (in Norwegian Bokmål).
- Nilsen, Håkon (4 September 2020). "Mandag var det ett år siden helikopterulykken: Verdig avduking av minnesmerke på Skoddevarrefjellet" [One Year Commemoration of Helicopter Crash on Monday: Dignified Unveiling of Memorial on Skoddevarre]. Kronstadposten (in Norwegian Bokmål). Vol. 11, no. 33. pp. 16–17.