Information about Hrepphólar

Hreppholar is a series of regular basalt columns located at Hrunaheidi heath in South Iceland.

These towering pillars are located at the Hrunaheidi heath in Arnessysla county. Despite some mining in the area they still remain an impressive sight when travelling through the heath.

Explore this area of Iceland on a self drive tour.

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