The eruption started Friday night, March 19 2021, in Geldingadalur, Fagradalsfjall mountain.
GPS: 65.04708 -16.72347 Víti (meaning ‘Hell’!) is an explosion crater on the northeast shore of Öskjuvatn by road No. F894. The Viti crater is around 150 meters in diameter and contains a geothermal lake of mineral-rich, sulphurous, opaque blue water. Víti is a popular bathing […]
GPS: 64.88563 -15.35233 laugarfell.is Laugarfell is located in the eastern part of the Icelandic Highlands, a bit north from Mount Snæfell, by road No. 910. Two natural pools are located in Laugarfell and according to old folk tales the water is known for its healing […]
GPS: 65.02747 -18.33200 An oasis in the barren land between the glacier Hofsjökull and Vatnajökull. The site is about 25 km to the west of the best known highland route “Sprengisandur” by road no F752. On the north-western slopes of the mountain Laugafell, there are […]
GPS: 63.99193 -19.06188 http://www.landmannalaugar.info Landmananlaugar pool in the highlands by road No. F224. From the edge of Laugahraun lava field several hot water streams and hot springs spring up as well as sources of cold water which mix together in a little warm river. The […]
GPS: 64.04858 -21.22253 www.icelandactivities.is From the town Hveragerði you hike into Reykjadalur valley and into a geothermal area with geysers, warm pools and mountains. Iceland Activities offer guided tours to this area. The hot river is located in a the valley. Bathing in the river […]
GPS: 64.76623 -19.55380 hveravellir.is Hveravellir by road No. 35, is one of Iceland’s most popular Oasis in the highlands whether your drive hike or ride the Icelandic horse. Hveravellir is a geothermal hotspot with smoking fumaroles and bubbling water holes. For those in need of […]