Oksskolten (lit. Bulls Head) is a mountain in the municipality of Hemnes in Nordland county, Norway. At 1,916-metre (6,286 ft) tall, it is the highest point in Nordland county, the highest in Nord-Norge, and has Norway's eighth largest primary factor. The mountain lies just south of the lake Gresvatnet in the Okstindan mountain range east of the village of Korgen and north of the lake Røssvatnet.
The first recorded climb was by Peder Stordal in 1883. In order to get to the summit, climbers must cross the glacier to the north. The large Okstindbreen glacier lies to the west of the mountain.
By elevation Oksskolten is
# 1 out of 20627 in Nordland
By prominence Oksskolten is
# 9 out of 152052 in Norway # 1 out of 20627 in Nordland # 9 out of 135828 in the Scandinavian Mountains
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