Gis­se­ber­get is one of the smal­lest tab­le mountains in Väs­ter­göt­land in terms of sur­fa­ce area but it is also one of the hig­hest, reaching 327 metres abo­ve sea level. The mountain lies in Tida­holm muni­ci­pa­li­ty and is thus not a part of Pla­tå­ber­gens Geo­park. Gis­se­ber­get is a part of the same limesto­ne pla­teau as Plan­ta­ber­get, Varvs­ber­get, and Gerums­ber­get, and the actu­al visib­le mountain thus con­si­sts only of clay sha­le and dolerite.

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