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All reviews ring road wooden steps easy stop parking lot easy climb stretch your legs nice walk surrounding area walk around rain and wind worth the climb worth a visit quick walk short climb walking path take your time information boards
It's only a short climb of around 10 minutes on the well-maintained stairs. It's easily doable. On top you can walk around the crater but unfortunately the crater itself isn't that impressive. We enjoyed the view of the countryside more.
This is an extinct volcano off the Ring Road. There are steps that would aid in the climbing of the volcano. We went in the winter/January so we needed crampons to climb the steep, snowy, and in places icy hill. The steep climb is well...More
Grabrok Crater, an extinct volcano is just off the Ring Road. Timber steps (more than 500) are provided for the climb to the top and the views from the top are interesting. Although steep the climb is worthwhile.
The volcano crater is just off the ring road and car parking is available. To reach the top of crater is a relatively steep climb, but 99% of the climb is on wooden steps, so it's not too difficult. Once at the top, you can...More
I've been planning our trip to Iceland for a very long time, and this crater was added to my plan at the very last minute when I saw someone writing about it. We stopped there on our way from Reykjavik up north, and I recommend...More
This is right off ring road so super easy access. You see two craters but only get to walk around 1. The other one you only see far away. To get to the top, you go through I'd say a hundred stairs but they're not...More
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If you had experience with a crater, don't bother, its an ordinary crater with no water. Otherwise its worthwhile to see if you had never seen a crater before. But be very careful in Iceland especially in winter. The... More
If you had experience with a crater, don't bother, its an ordinary crater with no water. Otherwise its worthwhile to see if you had never seen a crater before. But be very careful in Iceland especially in winter. The staircase might be wet and icy, as most scenic places had no fence or guard, precaution is important because not too many people around.