Informationen über: Leirhnjúkur

Leirhnjukur ('Mud Peak') is a 525 m high active volcano, located to the northeast of Lake Myvatn in North Iceland.

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Leirhnjukur is part of the Krafla caldera. Its last eruption was from 1975 to 1984. At its foot are mud pots and fumaroles are on the flanks.

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Víti in Krafla

Wikimedia, Creative Commons, Photo by Christian Wirth Víti is an explosion crater in the Krafla fissure area of North Iceland. The best way to explo...

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Krafla

Wikimedia, Creative Commons, Photo Credit: Earthquakes Krafla Krafla is a caldera, part of a greater volcanic system of the same name, located north...

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Námaskarð

Námaskarð Pass is a geothermal area on the mountain Námafjall, in north Iceland, less than half an hour’s drive from Lake Mývatn. It is located by R...

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Námafjall-Geothermalgebiet

The Námafjall Geothermal Area is located in Northeast Iceland, on the east side of Lake Mývatn. At this area, also known as Hverir, you will see m...

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Reykjahlíð

Reykjahlid is a small village by the shores of Lake Myvatn, in North Iceland. Reykjahlid has about 300 inhabitants and is close to many natural attr...

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Myvatn Nature Baths

Photo from Goðafoss Waterfall and the Mývatn Nature Baths The Mývatn Nature Baths are a set of geothermally heated pools and steam baths found in the...

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Bjarnarflag

Credit: Wikimedia, Creative Commons, Photo by LV Corporate Bjarnarflag is the oldest geothermal power station in Iceland, having been first opened ne...

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Mývatn

Der Mývatn ist ein wunderschöner See mit vielen kleinen Inseln im Norden von Island, der viertgrößte See des Landes. Aufgrund seiner Idylle, seiner...

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Stóragjá

Stóragjá is a little-known rift in North Iceland which holds cave filled with naturally-heated geothermal water. Explore the North of Iceland on a to...

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Grjótagjá

Photo by Andrés Nieto Porras Grjótagjá is a small lava cave located near lake Mývatn in north Iceland, famous for featuring a beautiful geothermal ho...

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Hverfjall

Credit: Wikimedia, Creative Commons. Photo by Tong Hverfjall is a tuff ring volcano with an incredibly impressive crater, approximately one kilometre...

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Gjástykki

Gjastykki is a beautiful and rugged rift valley to the north of the caldera Krafla, in the North of Iceland. Gjastykki was literally blown apart by t...

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Hverfell

Hverfell is a dramatic explosion crater in North Iceland. It is also called Hverfjall; both spellings and pronunciations are correct. The best way...

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Diamond Circle

The Diamond Circle is a famed 260 kilometre (162 mile) sightseeing route in the northeast of Iceland, characterised by its sheer number of natural a...

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Dimmuborgir

Dimmuborgir, or the Black Fortress, is a dramatic expanse of lava in the Lake Mývatn area. Steeped with folklore, it is one of the most popular dest...

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Lúdentarborgir

Ludentarborgir is a crater row east of Lake Myvatn, about 15 meters long. The best way to visit this area is on a relaxed self drive tour. One of the...

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Lofthellir

Lofthellir Cave is a lava cave renowned for its incredible ice formations in North Iceland. Explore hidden depths on a lava cave tour in Iceland....

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Hvannfell

Hvannfell is a mountain in Sudur-Thingeyjarsysla county in North Iceland. The mountain is located near the famous Lake Myvatn. The Burfellshraun lava...

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Skútustaðagígar

Photo from Lofthellir Cave Excursion from Lake Myvatn Skútustaðagígar is the name of a row of pseudo-craters in North Iceland. Explore the North of...

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Dettifoss

Der Dettifoss ist ein Wasserfall in Nordisland, der als der mächtigste in Europa gilt. Er wird regelmäßig auf Diamond Circle-Touren besucht und soll...

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