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Some of the spots along the way are just breathtaking and it is good to check out different vantage points- there is not much around so it is good to know where to grab snacks and where to find restrooms.
Most people would recommend this hike in one direction or the other. The most useful advice I found was parking at Malarrif and then do a return hike, ie, Malarrif-Londragar-Malarrif. However, I modified this slightly and this is my suggestion (if you are driving from...More
his prominent rock formation sits in Snaefellsjokull National Park and is easy accessible for taking photos. Its not very far from the visitor center and attracts lots of birds. The day we visited the North Sea was calm so no crashing waves
The Londrangar Basalt Cliffs are spectacular. Lots of walking/hiking paths all around. If the weather is good, you don’t want to miss this. Take your time and enjoy majestic views of the rugged seashore
We reached the cliffs via parking at the Malarrif lighthouse. There is a visitor centre with free toilets here. The rock formations are impressive and a pleasant cliff top walk leads to the viewpoint. The lighthouse had an interesting free exhibition when we visited and...More
Turnoff from route 574 on sighting 'Malarrif' sign. Parked at the car park located and after a short walk, one can sight the Londrangar Rock cliff in the distant. As it was a rainy and windy day, we scrapped our plan to hike down a...More
About a 20min hike from visitor center to cliffs. Very muddy & slippery from rain. Uneven, rocky trail to cliffs so watch your footing. Great views. Paths are not clearly marked but easy to make do. The sounds of the waves between the two cliffs...More
Nice part of the Snaefellsness coast line. The walk to the picture point is easy and great to stretch the legs. The more eastern CarPark gives you the view but not the chance to walk by the twins.
I recommend part on the western point...More