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Hnappavellir is Iceland's most popular climbing area, as well as its largest.

These are vertical cliffs situated near Skaftafell in Vatnajokull National Park. The cliffs once rose from the sea but now tower over grassy meadows. At Hnappavellir you'll have over a hundred routes to choose from. For the avid climber, this is an essentinal place to visit.

Explore this area while on a self drive tour in Iceland.

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