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“A beautiful nature reserve with endless hiking possibility’s with Svartifoss waterfall as it's highlights, see Guide Book. Distance from the cottage is 223 kilometers (138 mi). ”
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Parc
“Right by the base of Vatnajökull, Europe's largest waterfall is Skaftafell. From there you can find trails that lead up to the glacier. ”
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Waterfall
“Svartifoss is a waterfall in the south of Iceland in Skaftafell/Vatnajökull National Park, a popular touristic site to visit. A lot of people, just like us, do a roundtrip in Iceland taking the ring road 1. Driving from Kirkjubæjarklaustur to Hof (in the south) you see a yellow sign for Skaftafell (2 km) where the trail to Svartifoss begins. There is a big (free) parking at the visitors centre of Skaftafell. Several boards give information about hiking trails, like the one to Svartifoss, and Skaftafell national park. Svartifoss-trail Skaftafell The hiking trails in the park are well signed. Walking to the Svartifoss takes about a 60-90 minute walk (2 kilometers). The trail is easy and leads slightly uphill. At the Visitor center in Skaftafell, which is open all year round, a lot of information is available. It is not necessary to get a map with the trail to Svartifoss waterfall, but it also gives a lot of information about where you are. After 250 meter, from the visitor center, through the campsite the trail take you slightly upwards into the mountain heath in Skaftafell (elevation is 140 meter in 1.5 kilometers). From that point the path will take you down into the ravine below the waterfall). After enjoying the waterfall and its surroundings you should walk up the basalt column steps on the other side of the ravine and follow that path all the way down to the campsite via Lambhagi. When visibility is good It is recommended to do a little extra loop to the viewpoint at Sjónarnípa on the way down.”
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Parc
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Parc
“Hljóðaklettar in the canyon Jökulsárgljúfur is a distinctive cluster of columnar rock formations standing at the entrance to Vesturdalur, down by the Jökulsá á Fjöllum River. The columns lie at all angles, and it could be an entertaining exercise for one's imagination, to interpret their patterns in as many different ways as possible.”
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Travel Agency
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Campground
“It´s a public place by the river Lagarfljót, with a small stony beach. Place for small walk, and some newly married couple throw a stone in the water and make wishes....”
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Waterfall
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Parcours pour chiens
“ Snow dogs is a small family run company in Mývatn, North Iceland that specializes in dog sledding tours. We are located at a farm called Heiði, one of Iceland highest houses in Iceland, which is great for dog sledding tourism as we have a lot of snow during winter season. Our usual season runs from November till May. We run a small dog sledding company with only 20-25 Siberian Husky do and therefore we manage to give each one of our dogs more attention and greater care. The wellbeing of our dogs is very important to us and we want them to feel good in the Kennel.. The dogs are unchained and loose together in small group with plenty of space for exercise and to socialize with each othe”
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Parc
“Discover Teigarhorn farm, probably the world's most renowned zeolite source, housing a crystal exhibition.”
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Hostel
“At Berunes we serve Breakfast with mostly local, organic and homemade delicatessen. Price is 1900 kr. Our famous Fish soup is served in the evening (2.250kr). Rhubarb pie! (590 kr) Local Craft Beer - lager and IPA. (1100 kr) Coffee&Tea.”
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Parc
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