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Bláhylur | Photo by Benjamin Maddox

Bláhylur, Fjallabak Nature Reserve, Iceland

Bláhylur | Photo by Benjamin Maddox

Bláhylur | Photo by Benjamin Maddox

Bláhylur (Blue Pool), also known as the Hnausapollur Crater, was formed in an explosive eruption about 1130 years ago. The contrast here is incredible, bright blue water and vivid green plant life stand out amongst the dark orange soils. It is apart of the Southern Central Highlands of Iceland, where fantastic hiking opportunities lie left, right, and center. This is not your typical tourist attraction, as it’s inland from the Ring Road.

Level: Moderate-Difficult
  • For adventurers with previous hiking experience
  • Appropriate hiking gear is required
  • A tour guide is recommended
  • Stick to the tracks and be cautious not to tread on Iceland’s delicate untouched soils




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