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With four in the small rental car and an experienced driver at the helm, was it a near death experience or just a first time for all of us? It was a bit of both. With no warning it seemed that the two lanes became...More
A one way tunnel with passing places and a T junction in the middle of it. This is a magnificent piece of engineering in such remote areas of Iceland. All drivers are gracious to one another and traffic flows freely Amazing
The only thing wilder than this being one way with the occasional pull off to let opposing traffic pass is the fact that there's an intersection half way through. We had a large truck in front of us so we just followed in awe of...More
First time in my life I saw a tunnel with T-type crossing inside. Interesting, quite long tunnel. For me, when we got on the other side,feelings were like I'm in unaffected place that is connected with outside world only with this tunnel. Love these feelings...More
The tunnel is a single lane road going south to north but there are numerous pullouts to let oncoming traffic pass. A couple of kilometers south of the north end, it is intersected by a 2-lane tunnel coming in from the west
We were on a small van headed through Northern Iceland and came upon this tunnel which was about 6 km long and went underneath your fjord. It was very interesting as we have never seen anything like this before.
It seems pretty safe with lots...More
As you head east on 60 toward Isafjordur your come to a veritable wall of snow covered peaks... quite formidable. This is where the tunnel goes though, and you can see why when you are there! It’s an interesting tunnel in every respect.
It’s a tunnel... so what you may think? We travelled through it twice while on a guided tour and it certainly got lots of ‘wows’ on our coach. It’s Iceland’s longest tunnel, it has a junction in it and one of the roads is single...More