Informacje na temat Landmannaleið

Landmannaleið is a highland roadPhoto from Wikimedia, Creative Commons, by Pietro

Landmannaleið, or the F225, is a highland road that leads to the Fjallabak Nature Reserve and towards Landmannalaugar, a region of rhyolite mountain, hot springs and hiking trails.

This route is well-known for being much more adventurous than the standard routes into these areas; it crosses rivers, is surrounded by lunar landscapes, and is pretty bumpy. While a two-wheel-drive should never be taken down here, a super jeep can allow you to enjoy the journey safely. 

Off-road driving is completely illegal in Iceland, but Landmannaleið is a road where this does not matter, due to its remoteness and uninterrupted surrounding nature.

Najbliższy serwis Landmannaleið

Cały serwis w 50km zasięg

Okoliczne atrakcje Landmannaleið

Dómadalur

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Fjallabak

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Brennisteinsalda

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Frostastaðavatn

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Landmannalaugar

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Bláhnjúkur

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Ljótipollur

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Torfajökull

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Sigoldugljufur

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Krakatindur

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Strútslaug

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Faxi

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Stórasúla

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Hekla

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Bláfjöll

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Veiðivötn

Veiðivötn is an area of over 50 small fishing lakes, situated north-east of Friðland að Fjallabaki and Landmannalaugar. The ov...

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Laugavegur Hiking Trail

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Hólaskógur

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Háifoss

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Eldgjá

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