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8 travelers at this place:

  • Day23

    Snæfellsnes - the west of Iceland

    June 12, 2017 in Iceland

    Today we went west. Saw some amazing cliffs, a cave and tons of waterfalls, mountains, sheep and horses - enough for a lifetime, one might think, but every single one of these sights is incredible and we can't get enough!
    Even took some nothern German hitchhikers for the good karma - can't have enough of that either

  • Day21

    Heute: Snæfellsnes

    June 12, 2017 in Iceland

    Der Westen Islands stand heute auf dem Programm. Eine Schlucht mit Wasserfall, vulkanische Klippen (inklusive eines Torbogens), ein verwunschener Berg und dann haben wir noch aus einer Quelle getrunken, bei der das Wasser schon mit Kohlensäure aus der Erde kommt...verrückte Sachen und wieder absolut atemberaubend.

  • Day3

    Rauðfeldsgjá Ravine

    September 26, 2017 in Iceland

    Nächster Stopp auf der Route war eine riesige Felsspalte im Lavagestein. Leider kamen wir nicht weit, da es durch das ganze Regenwasser doch eine sehr anstrengende und glitschige Kletterpartie geworden wäre und Sicherheit geht vor😉

  • Day13

    Seagull hell cave

    September 8, 2017 in Iceland

    The Rauðfeldar canyon is a really narrow canyon with a river flowing through it. We decided to go explore it. There is no real path going in, but there is some stones in the river, and the walls have good holds for climbing. It was really fun to see how far in we could go while avoiding to get wet on our feet 😃 Like the floor being lava game with some climbing. However, there were dead seagulls in there. Eventually we got to some that were still alive, just sitting in the water. The canyon is probably so narrow that the birds that go in can never go out. Hanka was creeped out by the place.Read more

  • Day12

    Rauðfeldsgjá Gorge

    August 22, 2017 in Iceland

    Today we went to the Snaefellsjoekull National Park, which is full of interesting hikes and places.

    The first stop was a hike along a narrow stream. But the stones were very slippery and we found it quite challenging to continue. We could only be able to walk several meters inside the ravine and then returned, though the scenes were very impressive already.

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