Hveravellir geothermal pool is located in the central highlands of Iceland, between Langjökull and Hofsjökull glaciers. In order to get here you will have to drive the beautiful Kjolur route (F35) either from Gulfoss waterfall in the south or from Blondudal, in the north part of the country. The total length of Kjolur road is 200 kilometres and the geothermal pool is a little bit closer to Gulfoss, 90 kilometres distance. Hveravellir, with its boiling water holes and smoking fumaroles, is a nature reserve and one of the last preserved wilderness area in Europe. The surroundings are breathtaking and spectacular, no matter the season. The size of the natural pool is quite generous, offering space for more than 20 people at the same time. The temperature varies according to the weather, between 19 and 39 degrees. This pool doesn’t have any changing facilities but will all these it is worthy to try it, especially if you stop here after one day of hiking or horse riding. In this area you can enjoy some of the hiking trails or you can visit a huge lava filed called Kjalhraun. GPS coordinates: 64.76623 -19.55380

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