Information about Ok

Ok (rhyming with 'talk' rather than 'O.K.') is an 1198 meters shield volcano.

The volcano lies west of Langjokull in the Icelandic highlands, near Borgarfjordur district. It erupted during interglacials in the Pleistocene age. The volcano is relatively flat, with a central crater. The volcano was formerly covered by a glacier cap that is now wholly disappeared.

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