A 5.6 meter high Sami sacrificial stone located on the outside of Mt. Komsa Mountain. A well-marked hiking trail leads from the parking lot at the end of Line Road on Amtmannsnes. The trip takes about 20 minutes.
In Sami pre-Christian religion was naturally considered animated and alive, so mountains, boulders and lakes had life and could be of help to the people if they worshiped and sacrificed to them.
Sacrifices to the gods could take place at large prominent rocks or move blocks that stood out in the landscape. They were called sieidi and are sacrificed with: for example fish or products of reindeer.
Áhkku is the Sami name for grandmother / old woman