Maursundtinden (aka Søndre
Kågtinden) is situated on the island of Kågen west of
Skjervøy. It has two summits of nearly equal height, the North
and South summit. A brief route description of the
North summit route: follow Kågelva up to the little lake
(248) in the bottom of the valley East of the mountain. Proceed up the
little glacier NE of the summit until you reach the notch between
Høgfjellet (932) and Maursundtinden. From here a short, steep
traverse (50 m) leads to the North side of the summit. Then easy
scrambling to the summit.
Climbed by Geir Jenssen and
Steinar Johansen, 10. October 1981.
Under the East face. The glacier and the notch to the right.
Steinar Johansen traversing from the notch towards the North side of
Easy scrambling on the North side of the summit.
The South summit of Maursundtinden as seen from the North summit.