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Geldingadalir Valley


Geldingadalir Valley

Geldingadalir Valley

Mt Fagradalsfjall

Mt Fagradalsfjall

Mt Fagradalsfjall, the westernmost part of the mountain ridge of the Reykjanes Peninsula, is really a small plateau. Some hyalocaslite ridges protrude
Drykkjarsteinn

Drykkjarsteinn

A rock with three holes, shape like bowls.  Most wanted stop for travellers that had to go to either to Grindavik or Krýsuvík. It is located were the
Festarfjall

Festarfjall

A eroded subglacial volcano. A section of a small hyaloclastite hill is exposed in the costal cliffs. A dyke named Festi(ladder), evidently the feede
Méltunnuklif

Méltunnuklif

Lava pile between Grindavík and Krýsuvík. A good place to ,,read" the history of the peninsula.   Location: Short walk from road 427
Katlahraun

Katlahraun

Katlahraun is lava that flowed about 2,000 years ago and entered the sea. Sudden damming at the shore caused a large, circular lava pond to form. Some