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Hlíðarfjall

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Anna
Anna
December 09, 2019
Eyjafjördur Fjord is one of the best places in Iceland for cross-country and downhill skiing. Both in the several ski centers found in the area as well as off pist in the high mountains surrounding the fjord. The Akureyri's ski-slopes, which are on Mt. Hlídarfjall, 5 km above the town, invite…
ÞórHildur
ÞórHildur
September 04, 2018
The best ski area in Iceland. Usually open from late December to May
Ragnar Torfi
Ragnar Torfi
February 25, 2018
One of the best skiing places in Iceland.
Magnfridur
Magnfridur
July 16, 2017
In the summertime, it is great to hike in Hlidarfjall. In the wintertime this is our ski-area.
Rína & Grétar
Rína & Grétar
June 03, 2017
Our skiing area. Don´t miss a ride with a view over the arctic ocean.

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“Hrísey is a small island in North Iceland. It is only 35. kilometers drive from Akureyri to the little village of Árskógssandur where the ferry to Hrísey takes off every 2 hours.”
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“The Snæfellsjökull glacier is 1446m above sea level. The glacier is an active volcano, having been built up through numerous eruptions during the last 800,000 years. Many believe the glacier to be one of the seven main energy centres of the earth and its mystique is noticed by many. The glacier plays big role as the Center of the Earth in the novel Journey to the Center of the Earth (1864) by Jules Verne. Snæfellsjökull is a part of the Snæfellsjökull National Park which was established on June 28, 2001. The Park's purpose is to protect and conserve the areas unique landscape, indigenous plant and animal life as well as important historical relics. At the same time, the Park is meant to allow visitors easier as well as improved opportunities to get to know the area. ”
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