Coordinates: UTM 32W 0621143 7218437, 65°4'2.6''N 11°34'33.6''E
Primary interest: Tourism
A common feature for the whole geopark area is the local names on mountain formations given by the native people. Some have their names from stories, such as the one about Torghatten and Lekamøya. Others are named after their appearance, such as Løva. Løva means lion in Norwegian, and – from a distance – the shape of this mountain resembles a lion. A short hiking trail leads the way up from the main road. Close to the trail, natural asbestos can be found in the bedrock.
Solsemløva was formed by frost shattering and sea-ice abrasion during the cold Younger Dryas chronozone. The platform on which it stands coincides with the altitude of the raised shoreline around Hårfjellet (geosite L15).
The local population uses this site as a hiking destination with a marked trail.