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This stone structure stands just yards off the parking area for hotel Arnarstapi. The path to it is very easy to traverse and it could easily be seen by those with serious mobility issues. The paths are smooth with only a slight rise up to...More
Commanding. Stoic. Towering. The Guardian Spirit awaits your visit to this gorgeous spot along the Snaefellsnes Peninsula. Salute him as you pass on your way to the cliff walkout. Food available on site. (Horse riding along beach also available near by.)
It's as if this statue welcomes you to the area. It's the first thing you see as you walk to the cliffs. Legend has it that he protects the peninsula and I can see why.
Great photo op while visiting the area.
Monument stands proud at the coast. Beautiful walking trails that would easily be doable for elderly (I keep thinking about that as I hike my way around Iceland....so many climbs would be impossible for elderly and very young). This is nice, gentle, provides beautiful views...More
A quirky monument to the local troll, well worth a stop if in the area. Enjoy the walk to the water, take in the sites, and be sure to check out the “journey to the center of the earth” sign that is nearby.
A stone Statue of Bardur Snaefellsas by sculptor Ragnar Kjartansson at this site. The path is roped or guided by stones. Easy to walk and its on a open field so you have a clear view of all the scenery in 360 degree. Beautiful especially...More