Informacje na temat Stórasúla

The Highlands of Iceland are only accessible during the summer months.

Stórasúla is a distinctive, cone-shaped mountain found in the southern highlands of Iceland. The mountain has an elevation of 693 m (2274 ft). 

Stórasúla is south of the equally identifiable hill, Brattháls, and is one of the omnipresent features for those hiking the wildly popular trail, Laugavegur, from Landmannalaugar to Þórsmörk.

Stórasúla is to the east of Stóra-Grænafjall ('Great Green Mountain') and north of the isolated mountain, Stórkonufell. 

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