Hyllglaciären (67°35'N, 17°29'E) is a small mountain side glacier situated at the southern side of the highest summit in the Akka massif. The glacier covers an area of 1.6 km2. Its maximum thickness is estimated to 140 metres and high frequency radar measurements indicate a subpolar thermal regime. The glacier was included in the front monitoring programme in 1964

Holmlund, P., 1993: Surveys of Post Little Ice Age glacier fluctuations in Northern Sweden. Zeitschrift für Gletscherkunde und Glazialgeologie 29 (1): 1-13.

Schytt, V., 1968: Notes on Glaciological activities in Kebnekaise, Sweden, during 1966 and 1967. Geografiska Annaler 50A (2): 111-120.

 
Panorama of Hyllglaciären in early August 2003
Panorama of Hyllglaciären in early August 2003 (photo P. Jansson).