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Mountains represent resilience, stability and perspective. They tell us that we need to be brave, humble and prepared with flexibility and strength. Climbing a mountain depicts inner elevation and deep satisfaction.
In Norway we’ve always been a bit crazy about our mountains. Travelling around you’ll find “mountain – people” all over world. If I have a tribe, this must be the one.
The Mountain Medallion has this text on the backside of it; “Together moving mountains ” I made these during a time when the covid virus was peaking in the world, – maybe partially explains my choice of text, but there’s more to it. Togetherness is always a good thing, – maybe especially in the mountains. This is a strong piece of jewellery. You’ll feel it.
Stetind became Norway’s national mountain in 2002. It was called “the world’s ugliest mountain” by the Englishman W.C. Slingsby – when he didn’t succeed climbing to the top in 1904.
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The first ascent was done in 1920 by the Norwegians Scheldrup, Rubenson and Bryn. First winter ascent by Næss, Høibakk and Baasted. During 1936-1937 Arne Næss made several routes together with Else Hertzberg.