Halti is a fell at the border between Norway and Finland. The peak ) of the fell, called Ráisduattarháldi, is in Norway, on the border between the municipalities of Nordreisa and Gáivuotna–Kåfjord, about 1 kilometre north of the border with Finland. The highest point of the fell on the Finnish side is at 1,324 m above sea level, and thus the highest point in the country. The Finnish side of Halti belongs to the municipality of Enontekiö in the province of Lapland.
The highest point in Finland is on a spur of Ráisduattarháldi at 1,324 m known as Hálditšohkka at the border of Norway. The peak proper is not in Finland; border marker is on a hill. The highest mountain whose peak is in Finland is Ridnitšohkka, at 1,316 m and a few kilometers from Halti. Halti was measured and mapped by the Finnish person Erkki Perä.
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