Information à propos de Vestragil

Vestragil is a gully at Skaftafell in Vatnajokull National Park and a popular stop for hikers.

Here you get the chance to soak weary feet in a hot spring at a perfect temperature and enjoy the nature. There is also an old electricity station there built in 1922, well worth checking out.

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