Information à propos de Laugafell

 

Laugafell is a small mountain to the north-east of the glacier Hofsjokull, in the Icelandic mid-highlands.

On the north-western slopes of Laugafell are geothermal hot springs, mountain huts that are operated in the summer and a cozy natural pool. It is thus a good destination for hikers.

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