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Kerið Crater Kerið, is a 55 m deep volcanic crater, about 3000 years old. It is a part of a group of volcanic hills called Tjarnarhólar, and is now filled with water, creating a lake whose steep



Kerið Crater

Kerið, is a 55 m deep volcanic crater, about 3000 years old. It is a part of
a group of volcanic hills called Tjarnarhólar, and is now filled with water, creating a lake whose steep circular slopes resemble an ancient amphitheatre.
Concerts have been held on a floating raft on the lake.

Concerts have been held on a floating raft on the lake.

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  • Hlíð
  • 801 Selfoss
  • Varmahlíð 8
  • 810 Hveragerði
  • 853-1500
  • Álftavík
  • 801 Selfoss
  • Austurvegur 30
  • 800 Selfoss
  • Borg, Grímsnesi
  • 801 Selfoss
  • 767-3411
  • Hallkelshólar
  • 801 Selfoss
  • 566-7444, 892-7181, 693-4322
  • Langholt 2
  • 801 Selfoss
  • 659-2030
  • Bláskógar 5
  • 810 Hveragerði
  • 853-1500
  • Austurvegur 26
  • 800 Selfoss
  • 699-0660
  • Austurvegur 35
  • 800 Selfoss
  • 482-7800, 859-6162
  • Réttarholt 14
  • 800 Selfoss
  • Skólavellir 11
  • 800 Selfoss
  • Árvegur 8
  • 801 Selfoss
  • Engjavegur 75
  • 800 Selfoss
  • 486-8642
  • Kiðjaberg – lóð 112
  • 801 Selfoss
  • Tryggvagata 4a
  • 800 Selfoss
  • Menntaskólinn
  • 840 Laugarvatn
  • 444-4810
  • Skólavellir 7
  • 800 Selfoss
  • 864-3250
  • Kambar 118
  • 801 Selfoss
  • 669-1205, 568-9956
  • Jaðar
  • 800 Selfoss
  • 898-9117, 482-2409
  • Breiðamörk 22
  • 810 Hveragerði
  • 788-6500
  • Hverahlíð 8
  • 810 Hveragerði
  • 853-1500
  • Álftavatn 1a
  • 801 Selfoss
  • Þóroddsstaðir 4
  • 801 Selfoss
  • Hrosshagi
  • 801 Selfoss
  • 486-8905, 861-1915
  • Kirkjuvegur 21
  • 800 Selfoss
  • 694-9881, 482-2711
  • Smáratún 10
  • 800 Selfoss
  • Frumskógar 3
  • 810 Hveragerði
  • 896-2780
  • Þórsmörk 2
  • 800 Selfoss
  • 849-0237
  • Halakot
  • 801 Selfoss
  • Dalbraut 10
  • 840 Laugarvatn
  • 486-1215, 899-5409
  • V/ Þingvallaveg
  • 801 Selfoss
  • 695-4099, 800-7541
  • v/ Reykjamörk
  • 810 Hveragerði
  • 888-1717
  • Litli-Háls
  • 801 Selfoss
  • 892-4680
  • Ásabraut 40
  • 801 Selfoss
  • Strýta
  • 816 Ölfus
  • 892-0344, 863-6417
  • Axelshús, Reykjamörk
  • 810 Hveragerði
  • 618-8000
  • Laugarbraut 1, 3 & 5
  • 840 Laugarvatn
  • 537-8060
  • Þóristún 19
  • 800 Selfoss
  • 864-4493
  • Grímsnes
  • 801 Selfoss
  • 486-1500, 863-3592
  • Norðurgata 4
  • 801 Selfoss
  • Hvoll
  • 816 Ölfus
  • 845-2980
  • Miðengi 17
  • 800 Selfoss
  • Heiðarbraut 22
  • 801 Selfoss
  • Varmahlíð 6
  • 810 Hveragerði
  • 853-1500
  • Þingborg
  • 801 Selfoss
  • 691-7082
  • Fosssel
  • 816 Ölfus
  • Eyrarvegur 8
  • 800 Selfoss
  • 482-4099, 898-1893
  • Öldubyggð 13
  • 801 Selfoss
  • Eyravegur 2
  • 800 Selfoss
  • 480-2500
  • Vesturbrúnir 4
  • 801 Selfoss
  • Heiðarvegur 11
  • 800 Selfoss
  • Eyvindartunga
  • 801 Selfoss

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  • Eyrarvegur 2
  • 800 Selfoss
  • 482-3800
  • Kálfhólar 21
  • 800 Selfoss
  • 857-2000
  • Skólavellir 14
  • 800 Selfoss
  • 899-3474
  • Skólavellir 7
  • 800 Selfoss
  • 864-3250
  • Laufhagi 11
  • 800 Selfoss
  • 892-0888
  • Álftarima 30
  • 800 Selfoss
  • 854-2022, 482-2358
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  • 801 Selfoss
  • 486-1500, 863-3592
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  • 801 Selfoss
  • 898-1599, 697-9461
  • Strokkhólsvegur 7
  • 801 Selfoss
  • 699-5777
  • Sel
  • 801 Selfoss
  • 896-4463
  • Grímsnes, Árnessýsla
  • 801 Selfoss
  • 486-4495
  • Íþróttahús Bláskógarbyggðar, Hverabraut 2
  • 840 Laugarvatn
  • 480-3041
  • Tryggvagata 13
  • 800 Selfoss
  • 898-6463
  • Sunnuvegur 5
  • 800 Selfoss
  • 770-0023, 770 0034
  • Breiðamörk
  • 810 Hveragerði
  • 483-4000
  • Ástjörn 7
  • 800 Selfoss
  • 697-9280

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    The Icelandic Met Office does Northern Lights Forecast which is good to use.
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