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The mountain is near Grundarfjordur, a teensy-weensy town in west Iceland. With a summit 1,500 feet above sea level, Mount Kirkjufell the biggest landmark in the village of about 900 residents. Kirkjufell stands on snaefellsnes peninsula of its own...more
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Depending on where you are looking at this mountain,it may not look like the pictures you see. This was a location while filming GOT. My husband was very excited to see it. We first saw it from the back after driving from the other side...More
Kirkjufell is easy access to some beautiful scenery. Free admission and free parking but beware, the parking is on either side of the main route 54 and becomes crowded. Be careful. The mountain itself is beautiful and looks almost completely green. Definitely a beautiful site...More
It is funny, from all that I had read I was looking for a larger mountain! It was right in view for some time. It is very unique and pretty but each and every curve of that coastline is beautiful and green with lush waterfalls....More
This would be great day trip from Reykjavik
This stunning landmark is located near the picturesque fishing village of Grundarfjörður (within the Snæfellsnes peninsula) and is the most photographed mountain in Iceland.
Thanks to “Games of Thrones”, Mt. Kirkjufell and Kirkjufellsfoss waterfall have become even...More
As we stayed nearby, we came twice, once in early evening and early the next morning. The mountain and waterfall are separated by a road, with parking on the waterfall side. Enjoyed both the evening and morning views. We saw a group of horses roaming...More
Some may say that it is mountain like many others in the northeast Iceland. There is a small waterfall nearby. I think that the area is interesting if you are nearby. There is a good chance to take some cool photos. Free parking. Time to...More