Ølfjellet from Addjektinden ridge
Highest point
Elevation 1,751 m (5,745 ft)
Prominence 1,073 m (3,520 ft)[1]
Coordinates 66°47′20″N 15°15′04″E / 66.78889°N 15.25111°E / 66.78889; 15.25111Coordinates: 66°47′20″N 15°15′04″E / 66.78889°N 15.25111°E / 66.78889; 15.25111
Map of the location

Location in Nordland

Location Saltdal, Nordland, Norway
Parent range Saltfjellet
Topo map 2128 IV Junkerdal (north) and 2128 III Lønsdal (south)

Ølfjellet (Lule Sami: Uvbágájsse) is the highest mountain in the Saltfjellet mountain range in Nordland county, Norway. It is located in the municipality of Saltdal roughly halfway between the lakes Nordre Bjøllåvatnet and Kjemåvatnet. The village of Lønsdal lies about 1.6 kilometres (0.99 mi) southeast of the mountain.

The mountain has two peaks, the highest being 1,751 metres (5,745 ft). Approximately 1.5 kilometres (0.93 mi) north of the highest peak is the other peak with height of 1,651 metres (5,417 ft).


The first element is øl which means "haze" (not "beer"), and the last element is the finite form of fjell which means "mountain".


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