Information about Magni

 

Magni is one of the two youngest craters in Iceland, along with Modi.

The craters are situated between glaciers Myrdalsjokull and Eyjafjallajokull and were both formed in the Eyjafjallajokull volcanic eruption in 2010. They still steam with lava glowing under the surface. From the top you'll have an excellent view of the glaciers and the beautiful Thorsmork valley.

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Móði

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Fimmvörðuháls

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Eyjafjallajökull

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Sólheimajökull

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Kvernufoss

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Skógafoss

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Skogar Museum - Skógarsafn

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Skógar

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Mýrdalsjökull

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Þorvaldseyri

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Markarfljótsgljúfur Canyon

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South Shore

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Sólheimasandur

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Tindfjallajökull

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