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The mountain Hafnarfjall near Borgarnes is part of the same extinguished central volcano as Skardsheidi and also about 4 million years old. The mountain is 844 m in height and its sides are rather eroded. Most of the mountain consists of basalt, but...more
Every summer I try to walk on the summit of the Hafnarfjall, the walk takes less than 2 hrs, its i bit challenging for a veteran, but should be a easy task for a advanced hikers. When you get to the top then there is...More
We visited Borgarnes whilst driving around Iceland. When we visited in January it was covered in snow and wow what stunning scenery!
We took some photographs and drove around the area which was fantastic and we would definitely go back next time we are in...More
They dominate the skyline across the water from Borganes and when we visited they had some snow and looked impressive.The scenery around Borganes is quite beautiful and varied and the Hafnarfjall Mountains was an integral part.
The hike is difficult to locate. From Borgarnes go toward Reykjavik over the bridge. You will see a small alpine hotel on the right. This is the point you need to look for a small utility road on the left hand side of the road....More
Let me preface this review by saying that I am not in any way an experienced walker/hiker/climber - in fact, far from it. But I couldn't resist a hike up one of the peaks of Hafnarfjall during our recent visit to Iceland. We were staying...More
Just outside of Borgarnes the scenery is stunning. The air is clear ( and often windy), the fjord is beautiful and the hiking is serene. We have been here several times and have never seen more than one or two other cars, so if you...More