Coordinates: UTM 32W 0622806 7222194, 65°6'1.6''N 11°36'52.6''E
Primary interests: Science, Tourism, Education
Earlier the old road on Leka went over Støypet, a large area with rounded stones in several raised shorelines. Today there is a hiking path along the old road, and the rounded stones in bright colors leave a strong impression on any visitor. The mountain Steinstind rises in one side of the area, and the particular mountain formation with the local name Lisstind rises on the other (eastern) side. The surrounding bedrock is mainly dunite with some pyroxenite. In some parts the bedrock is layered at a quite large scale, giving an impression of striped mountains.
On the way from Støypet from Stein, one pass by several distinct beach ridges, clear indicators of a much higher sea level in the past. Here, countless fierce storm-waves have contributed to sorting and depositing pre-existing deposits into continuous
covers of raised beach deposits.