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Mountain Enni seen from Hólsbreið. Snæfellsnes, Iceland
Mountain Enni seen from Hólsbreið. Snæfellsnes, Iceland Mountain Ólafvíkurenni or Enni is 418 m high, steepness and rock-ribbed mountain abov village Ólafsvík at Snæfellsnes. Avalanches slides often over the road witch lies in the ocean underneath Enni. The Eastern side of the mountain, west from Ólafsvík has the name Ennishlíð and that is the side we are looking at. The mountain rig furthest on the photo are Búlandshöfði and Höfðakúlur
Sveifluháls mountain ridge seen from Háuhnúkar- Reykjanes pen
Sveifluháls mountain ridge seen from Háuhnúkar- Reykjanes pen Sveifluháls is one of the largest multi-summit hyaloclastite ridges in the Geopark A lava flow formed it in a eruption in the year 1151 AD. In that year a 25 km long fissure opened obliquely across the Reykjanes peninsula. It is interesting for its variety of hyaloclastite formations; layered tuff, breccia and pillow lava. The rocks bear witness to interaction between magma, glacier ice and water. Sveifluháls or Austurháls is 395 m high palagonite rigg in Reykjanesfjallgarð, west of Kleifarvatn. Steep hammers are down to Kleifarvatn. On the south and east site of the neck are high geothermal areas mainly at Krísuvík. The highest peaks at Sveifluháls are Hellutindar, Stapatindar og Miðdegishnúkar.
At Sveifluháls, looking towards Hellutindar Mountain, Lambhagat
At Sveifluháls, looking towards Hellutindar Mountain, Lambhagat Sveifluháls is one of the largest multi-summit hyaloclastite ridges in the Geopark. It is interesting for its variety of hyaloclastite formations; layered tuff, breccia and pillow lava. The rocks bear witness to interaction between magma, glacier ice and water. Sveifluháls or Austurháls is 395 m high palagonite rigg in Reykjanesfjallgarð, west of Kleifarvatn. Steep hammers are down to Kleifarvatn. On the south and east site of the neck are high geothermal areas mainly at Krísuvík. The highest peaks at Sveifluháls are Hellutindar, Stapatindar og Miðdegishnúkar.
The rig at the top of Hellutindar Mountain with a view to Kleifa
The rig at the top of Hellutindar Mountain with a view to Kleifa Sveifluháls or Austurháls is 395 m high palagonite rigg in Reykjanesfjallgarð, west of Kleifarvatn. Steep hammers are down to Kleifarvatn. On the south and east site of the neck are high geothermal areas mainly at Krísuvík. The highest peaks at Sveifluháls are Hellutindar, Stapatindar og Miðdegishnúkar.
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
Solfatara (Mud pot) in one of the valley of Sveifluháls Mountai
Solfatara (Mud pot) in one of the valley of Sveifluháls Mountai Fumarole (Mud pot) in one of the valley of Sveifluháls Mountain rig. Reykjanes, South West Iceland
View over Reykjanesskagi
View over Reykjanesskagi View over Lake Kleifarvatn and the mountains Hellutinda, Miðdegishnjúk, Sveifluháls, Hverafjall, Mávahlíðar, Fíflavallafjall, Grænadyngju, Trölladyngju and Keilir at Reykjanes, Iceland
View from Sveifluháls down to Bleiksmýri on Krísuvíkurheiði
View from Sveifluháls down to Bleiksmýri on Krísuvíkurheiði View from Sveifluháls down Baðstofa to Bleiksmýri on Krísuvíkurheiði. The lake Grænavatn, mountains Tindhóll, Bæjarfell and Arnarfell. To your left you see Vegghamrar in the mountain Geitahlíð
The pass between Svarthöfði and Kolufell
The pass between Svarthöfði and Kolufell The pass between Svarthöfði and Kolufell. Highland of Iceland
Reyðarártindur, East Iceland
Reyðarártindur, East Iceland Reyðarártindur, East Iceland