|Municipality||Haram (Møre & Romsdal, Norway)|
|Primary factor [m]||84 (approx. point 32 V 366207 6940985 - located to the south, east on the saddle between Hestehaudet and point 732)|
|Secondary factor [km]||1.9 (point 32 V 366334 6939503 - located to the south, a few metres north of Hildrehesten summit)|
|Location||UTM: 32 V 366047 6941384|
|Lat/Lon: N62°34'44.2" E6°23'32.7"|
Hestehaudet is the second highest and the one located furthest north of the three tops on the Hildrehesten massif. The name means "the horse's head", and when viewed from north-east this mountain is assumed to resemble a horse laying down, with the north end being the head and the middle section of the mountain being the horse's arse.
|Main photo||Hestehaudet seen from north shore of lake Hestevatnet.|
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