Kyrkjais a mountain of Innlandet in southern Norway. Kyrkja is nicknamed “The Church”, because its peak is extremely steep and resembles a church spire. Kyrkyja was thought to be unclimbable until the 19th century, due to its steepness. Despite its slopes, climbing to the top is a day’s hike, helped by the rocks covering the mountainside. Kyrkja used to be covered in snow, but climate change has severely lessened the amount of snow on the mountain.
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