(In Sami Ålmåjalosjiegŋa
) is the fifth largest glacier in mainland Norway
Its highest point is 1,560 meters above sea level and its lowest point is 810 m. Three outlet glaciers extend from the icecap. A small outlet spills over a subglacial ridge to the north damming an unnamed lake resulting in occasion outburst floods. To the east a large outlet extends towards the lake, Leirvatnet. A further outlet descends steeply to the west.
The equilibrium line altitutde (ELA) is typically around 1100 m on the eastern side of the icecap; satellite imagery, including that used by Google Earth, shows extensive exposed firn suggesting the ELA has retreated in recent years. The southern margin of the glacier exhibits a forefield exposed since the retreat from the 'Little Ice Age' maximum with a well formed end moraine marking a former margin.
The lake Blåmannsisvatnet lies next to the glacier.