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Kaldbakur is the highest mountain in the Westfjords.

The mountain, located beween the fjords Arnarfjordur and Dyrafjordur, rises to 998 meters. From the top one has an excellent view of the area, sometimes referred to as the 'Icelandic Alps'.

Explore this area of Iceland on a self drive tour.

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Bjarnarfjörður in Strandir

Bjarnarfjörður is a fjord in the Westfjords, south of Veiðileysufjörður and north of Steingrímsfjörður. Bjarnarfjörður is known for its untouched isol...

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Gvendarlaug

Gvendarlaug is the name given to a medieval hot pool, hot creek and swimming pool found in Westfjords. Explore this location in Iceland on a self...

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Djúpavík

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Drangsnes

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Húnaflói

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Krossneslaug

Krossneslaug is a geothermal pool located in the remote Strandir region of the Westfjords. Explore a wide range of tours of the Westfjords. Unlik...

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Trékyllisvík

Wikimedia. Creative Commons. Credit: Jóna Þórunn. Trékyllisvík is an isolated cove found in the Strandir region of the Westfjords, in Northwest Icel...

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Hólmavík

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Fjords de l'Ouest

The Westfjords are the westernmost part of Iceland and an unspoilt region of incredible beauty. They are home to some of the country’s most dramatic...

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Illugastadir

Image Credit: Reading With Kt Illugastaðir farm can be found on the west side of the Vatnsnes Peninsula. The area has truly stunning views of the eas...

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Vatnsnes

Vatnsnes is a peninsula in North Iceland, best known for its wildlife and geology. The best way to visit Vatnsnes is on a relaxed self drive tour....

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Hvítserkur

Hvítserkur, otherwise known as the Troll of Northwest Iceland, is a 15 m (49 ft) tall basalt rock stack protruding from Húnaflói Bay. The rock is a...

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Blönduós

Wikimedia, Creative Commons, Photo by Debivort Blönduós is the largest urban area of Húnaflói bay in northwest Iceland. It has a population of aroun...

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Hóp Lake

Lake Hop is a tidal lake in North Iceland. It is the fifth-largest lake in the country and popular for fishing. The best way to visit this area is on...

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Hrolleifsborg

Hrolleifsborg is a mountain in the Westfjords, in one of the most remote parts of Iceland. Learn more about this area on a tour of the Westfjords in...

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Borgarvirki

Photo by Regína Hrönn Ragnarsdóttir. Borgarvirki is a volcanic plug in North Iceland that historically has been used as a fortress. The best way to...

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Hvammstangi

Hvammstangi is a village on the Vatnsnes Peninsula, six kilometres (four miles) north of the Ring Road. Nestled beside the Miðfjörður fjord, Hvammst...

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Drangajökull

Wikimedia, Creative Commons, Photo by AgainErick Drangajökull is Iceland’s northernmost and lowest lying glacier. Explore this area while on a self...

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Hrútafjörður

Hrútafjörður is a fjord in Northwest Iceland that stretches out of Húnaflói bay. The name of the fjord translates to Ram’s Fjord.  The best way to...

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Reykir Regional Museum (Hrútafjörður)

The local culture museum at Reykir in Hrutafjordur bay in North Iceland gives a good impression of the shark hunts from the bay and the farm community...

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