The Kebnekaise is the highest mountain in Sweden. The first ascent was made by The first ascent of Kebnekaise was made in 1883 by Charles Rabot (French).
The Kebnekaise region consists of about fifteen isolated mountains. The most famous of them are Tuolpagorni (1'661 m), Kaskasapakte (2'040 m) and Koupertjakko (1'970 m).
Sweden 1984, Mt. Tuolpagorni 1'661 m.
Denmark 2015, variable value stamp.
Mt. Singitjakko 1'048 m (left) and Mt. Tuolpagorni 1'661 m (right).
It is a view from the area Kebnekaise fjällstation.
It was issued in the series "Nordia 2015".