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Ice Cave In Vatnajokull Glacier, Iceland | Discover Wild Iceland
Ice Cave In Vatnajokull Glacier, Iceland | Discover Wild Iceland Ice caves are temporary structures that appear at the edge of glaciers. They look amazingly beautiful from the inside. The waterfall melts a hole into the glacier while the ponded water drains towards lower elevations by forming long ice caves with an outlet at the terminus of the glacier.
Gullborgarhellir lava cave
Gullborgarhellir lava cave Gullborgarhellir is considered one of the loveliest lava caves in Iceland, not least because of the unusual number of beautiful stalagmites and stalactites. The cave is a protected natural feature and can only be visited with a guide
Gullborgarhellir lava cave
Gullborgarhellir lava cave Gullborgarhellir is considered one of the loveliest lava caves in Iceland, not least because of the unusual number of beautiful stalagmites and stalactites. The cave is a protected natural feature and can only be visited with a guide
Inside Lava Cave in Winter time
Inside Lava Cave in Winter time Raufarhólshellir is the fourth longest cave in Iceland and the longest outside of the Hallmundarhraun lava field in the Borgarfjörður region. The cave formed as a lava tube during the Leitahraun eruption, which occurred east of the Bláfjöll mountains about 4600 years ago.
Ice Cave In Vatnajokull Glacier, Iceland | Discover Wild Iceland
Ice Cave In Vatnajokull Glacier, Iceland | Discover Wild Iceland Ice caves are temporary structures that appear at the edge of glaciers. They look amazingly beautiful from the inside. The waterfall melts a hole into the glacier while the ponded water drains towards lower elevations by forming long ice caves with an outlet at the terminus of the glacier.
Ice Cave In Vatnajokull Glacier, Iceland | Discover Wild Iceland
Ice Cave In Vatnajokull Glacier, Iceland | Discover Wild Iceland Ice caves are temporary structures that appear at the edge of glaciers. They look amazingly beautiful from the inside. The waterfall melts a hole into the glacier while the ponded water drains towards lower elevations by forming long ice caves with an outlet at the terminus of the glacier.
Sóheimajökull Glacier Adventure  Walk
Sóheimajökull Glacier Adventure Walk The glacier Sólheimajökull is the southwestern outlet of the Mýrdalsjökull glacier. It is around 8 km long and 1 – 2 km wide. Jokulsa river discharges it, and is sometimes called “The foul River” because of its emission of sulphuric acid. The glacier has advanced about 900 metres during the last few centuries, but has retreated from 1930 to 1964. In the 90´s it grew and almost managed to cover the Jökulhaus hill. Lagoons developed in the side valleys and one of them often emptied very suddenly. Travel Iceland with professionals: www.discoverwildiceland.com © 2015 Photos available at http://www.IceStockPhotos.com
Sóheimajökull Glacier Adventure  Walk
Sóheimajökull Glacier Adventure Walk The glacier Sólheimajökull is the southwestern outlet of the Mýrdalsjökull glacier. It is around 8 km long and 1 – 2 km wide. Jokulsa river discharges it, and is sometimes called “The foul River” because of its emission of sulphuric acid. The glacier has advanced about 900 metres during the last few centuries, but has retreated from 1930 to 1964. In the 90´s it grew and almost managed to cover the Jökulhaus hill. Lagoons developed in the side valleys and one of them often emptied very suddenly. Travel Iceland with professionals: www.discoverwildiceland.com © 2015 Photos available at http://www.IceStockPhotos.com
Sóheimajökull Glacier Adventure  Walk
Sóheimajökull Glacier Adventure Walk The glacier Sólheimajökull is the southwestern outlet of the Mýrdalsjökull glacier. It is around 8 km long and 1 – 2 km wide. Jokulsa river discharges it, and is sometimes called “The foul River” because of its emission of sulphuric acid. The glacier has advanced about 900 metres during the last few centuries, but has retreated from 1930 to 1964. In the 90´s it grew and almost managed to cover the Jökulhaus hill. Lagoons developed in the side valleys and one of them often emptied very suddenly. Travel Iceland with professionals: www.discoverwildiceland.com © 2015 Photos available at http://www.IceStockPhotos.com
Gullborgarhellir lava cave
Gullborgarhellir lava cave Gullborgarhellir is considered one of the loveliest lava caves in Iceland, not least because of the unusual number of beautiful stalagmites and stalactites. The cave is a protected natural feature and can only be visited with a guide