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Vaðalfjöll Mountain at Westfjords, in Iceland
Vaðalfjöll Mountain at Westfjords, in Iceland Vaðalfjöll mountain with its two distinctive tops of volcanic basalt plugs just behind Bjarkalundur
Þorbjörn Mountain (Thorbjorn) in the twilight with snow on the
Þorbjörn Mountain (Thorbjorn) in the twilight with snow on the Þorbjörn Mountain (Thorbjorn) is 243 m high and is located at the end of Reykjanes peninsula near Grindavík village. It’s easy to walk up as there is a nice road on the east side of it. On the North side of the mountain there is a small forest called Selskógur. From the top you have beautiful view over the Reykjanes peninsula.
Trölladyngja Mountain
Trölladyngja Mountain Trölladyngja in Reykjanes Mountain is located in the centre of the Reykjanes Peninsula north of the Krýsuvík Geothermal Area and Kleifarvatn Lake. The mountain reaches a height of 275 metres (900 ft) above sea level. Trölladyngja is geologically very interesting, as you can see in the unusual colours on its southern side. It is located in a geothermal area roughly four kilometres east of mount Keilir.
Trölladyngja Mountain
Trölladyngja Mountain Trölladyngja in Reykjanes Mountain is located in the centre of the Reykjanes Peninsula north of the Krýsuvík Geothermal Area and Kleifarvatn Lake. The mountain reaches a height of 275 metres (900 ft) above sea level. Trölladyngja is geologically very interesting, as you can see in the unusual colours on its southern side. It is located in a geothermal area roughly four kilometres east of mount Keilir.
Sandur at the South of Iceland
Sandur at the South of Iceland Skeiðarársandur, the largest sandur in the world, covers a 1000-sq-km area and was formed by the mighty Skeiðarárjökull. Since the Settlement Era, Skeiðarársandur has swallowed a considerable amount of farmland and it continues to grow. The area was relatively well populated (for Iceland, anyway), but in 1362 the volcano beneath Öræfajökull (then known as Knappafellsjökull) erupted and the subsequent jökulhlaup (flooding caused by volcanic eruption beneath ice) laid waste the entire district. After the 1362 eruption the district became known as Öræfi (Wasteland). Travel Iceland with professionals: www.discoverwildiceland.com © 2015 Photos available at http://www.IceStockPhotos.com
Mt. Þumall
Mt. Þumall Mt. Þumall in Vatnajökull Glacier, Highlands of Icceland
Veturlandafjall
Veturlandafjall Driving along Skútabjörg on a Photo Workshop Tour to the farm Lokinhamrar on the Vestfjords “Highways” – Iceland
Vestrahorn mountain
Vestrahorn mountain Vestra-Horn, a 454 meter high mountain and an interesting geology site composing of unstratified plutonic rock, mostly gabbro but with some granophyre. East of the mountain is a strange-shaped outcrop called Brunnhorn that stretches out to sea.
The long bridge over the muddy river to Tungukollur
The long bridge over the muddy river to Tungukollur Borgarfjarðarbrú is the second longest bridge in Iceland, after Skeiðarárbrú. It crosses Borgarfjörður, linking Borgarnes to Route 1 (the Ring Road) and connecting the town with other parts of Iceland. It spans 520 m and was opened on 13 September 1981. Tungukollur mountain behind
Vestrahorn mountain
Vestrahorn mountain Vestra-Horn, a 454 meter high mountain and an interesting geology site composing of unstratified plutonic rock, mostly gabbro but with some granophyre. East of the mountain is a strange-shaped outcrop called Brunnhorn that stretches out to sea.