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Svínafellsjökull glacier outlet
Svínafellsjökull glacier outlet The Svínafellsjökull glacier is part of Europe’s largest glacier. The glacier is hemmed in by some of Iceland's most spectacular peaks. It is relatively easily accessible from the ring road. This has made the glacier a popular destination for both hikers and film crews. Parts of Interstellar were shot on Svínafellsjökull glacier, as well as scenes from the HBO series The Game of Thrones. The country’s highest peak, Hvannadalshnjúkur, marks the very top of this glacial giant outlet.
Svínafellsjökull glacier outlet
Svínafellsjökull glacier outlet The Svínafellsjökull glacier is part of Europe’s largest glacier. The glacier is hemmed in by some of Iceland's most spectacular peaks. It is relatively easily accessible from the ring road. This has made the glacier a popular destination for both hikers and film crews. Parts of Interstellar were shot on Svínafellsjökull glacier, as well as scenes from the HBO series The Game of Thrones. The country’s highest peak, Hvannadalshnjúkur, marks the very top of this glacial giant outlet.
Syðri Háganga and the river Kaldakvísl in the Highlands of Ic
Syðri Háganga and the river Kaldakvísl in the Highlands of Ic The Hágöngur high-temperature area in Central-Iceland is considered to represent one of the larger geothermal areas in Iceland
Skjólkvíar is a crater(s) within South Icelands Highland
Skjólkvíar is a crater(s) within South Icelands Highland Skjólkvíar is a crater(s) within South Icelands Highland and is nearby to Hestalda and Rauðaskál under the Volcano Hekla. The estimate terrain elevation above sea level is 598 meters. It erupted 5th of May 1970 and was rather small compared to Hekla its neighbor.
Twilight in the Sprengisandur Highlands of Iceland
Twilight in the Sprengisandur Highlands of Iceland Sprengisandur is an ancient pass - during the time of the Icelandic Free State (ca. 930–1265) it was one of the several important north-south routes that connected remote regions of the island to the Plains of the Parliament, Þingvellir, where the yearly parliament, Alþingi, was held each year at midsummer. In the sagas of Icelanders it is often called simply Sandr "Sand" or Sandleið, "Sand trail". At its southern end, it was joined with another such route, Fjallabaksvegur nyrðri, running west from Landmannalaugar mountain hot springs area.
Sogaselsdalur in the mountain of Reykjanes
Sogaselsdalur in the mountain of Reykjanes Sogaselsdalur in the mountains of Reykjanes is an old almost cooled down geothermal valley where you still can see all the clay on the hill side. It’s not recommended to walk in the valley itself as the clay gets stuck under your sole. This is a beautiful hidden Gem. Reykjanes. Iceland
Sogaselsdalur in the mountain of Reykjanes
Sogaselsdalur in the mountain of Reykjanes Sogaselsdalur in the mountains of Reykjanes is an old almost cooled down geothermal valley where you still can see all the clay on the hill side. It’s not recommended to walk in the valley itself as the clay gets stuck under your sole. This is a beautiful hidden Gem. Reykjanes. Iceland
Sogaselsdalur in the mountain of Reykjanes
Sogaselsdalur in the mountain of Reykjanes Sogaselsdalur in the mountains of Reykjanes is an old almost cooled down geothermal valley where you still can see all the clay on the hill side. It’s not recommended to walk in the valley itself as the clay gets stuck under your sole. This is a beautiful hidden Gem. Reykjanes. Iceland
View over Lake Spákonuvatn to Mountain Trölladyngja in Reykjan
View over Lake Spákonuvatn to Mountain Trölladyngja in Reykjan The beautiful small lake, Spákonuvatn (The Fortunetellers lake), is south of the mountain Trölladyngja; a mountain everyone who arrives via the airport in Keflavík will see when driving to Reykjavík. The small lake is surrounded by geological wonders like Sogið. Although a short distance for Reykjavík and Reykjanesbær town it is place few people visit, so you can expcet a quite and peacful time visiting Spákonuvant. There are also interesting spots to visit nearby like Lambafellsgjá fissure, Keilir mountain and Djúpavatn lake. It is part of the backland and "wilderness" at Reykjanes Peninsula.
Stórihver, Engjahver or Austurengjaver in Reykjanes Peninsula.
Stórihver, Engjahver or Austurengjaver in Reykjanes Peninsula. The thermal area of Austurengjar extends from east of Lake Grænavatn to Lake Kleifarvatn in the north. Hot springs, mud pots, and fumaroles are scattered sparsely over the area. The largest and most powerful hot spring, called Austurengjahver, Engjahver, or Stórihver, is located east of Lake Grænavatn in about 1,6 km walk from the parking lot where a sign leads you on to the right trail.