Viti Crater, Lake Myvatn

Feast your eyes on the stark contrasts of Viti Crater, a steep volcanic basin 300 m (985 ft) in diameter and featuring a lake at the bottom. The crater was formed centuries ago during a massive volcanic eruption. Hike up to the top for views of the lake and its steaming thermal vents, as well as the surrounding mountains. To visit Viti Crater and other attractions in Lake Myvatn, use our Lake Myvatn road trip site .
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  • Lake Mi near the crater, drive over, once docked after the car, to climb a while to stand in a high point, far overlooking hukou or far away. The outlook is not bad, if you come with lovers, there will be more fu, because the shape of the mouth of the lake for a love, with the love of the people standing in front of it, There should be a love bonus. Nearby is a concept of climbing a small path, if not the time, the Alpine of the place is suitable to stroll slowly, if the number of fun days is not enough, this part will not be your first choice.
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  • From the parking lot you arrive directly on the Belvedere that shows the beautiful blue Lake often icy. You can then go up and see the entire valley from above.
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  • Absolutely loved it!! One of the highlights in my north of Iceland roadtrip - there are actually 2 craters here, both blue in colour. Honestly this place is so cool.
  • We came here in winter in March. It was like a snow bowl, haha....
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