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This is an easy place to visit to see a bit of all the strange volcanic activity that goes on in Iceland. Bubbling mud, noisy steam vents, sulfur and boiling stuff all around you. Free entrance and free parking. Open 7/24H and just 100m on...More
Bubbling mud pools and steaming fumeroles give this an other worldly feel. Free parking and entry you are left to your own devices, which inevitably leads to at least one person going into an area the wrong side of the barrier
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One of the most stunning landscapes I have ever laid eyes on. Located right off Route 1, Hverir is not to be missed. The piles of rocks and pools bubbling with Earth gas is something you will not get many other places.
Reaching this place isn't very difficult. GPS, Google anything will work perfectly fine for you. The most important things is that the number of activities you can do r the number of attractions you can see here reaches a very high number.
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Just off the Ring Road, Hverir (also called Namafjall) has bubbling inky black mud pots, mineral-stained earth, and numerous smoke-spouting fumeroles. They are the source of the intense sulphur smell in the air. There's a deck overlook right off the parking lot, parking is free...More
This is an amazing view of the power of the geothermal energy coursing below the surface of the earth. Bubbling mud pots and steaming fumaroles dot the yellow and white-stained landscape, and the walking trails weaving ever-so-close, affording some very interesting views. Yes the smell...More