Magnahellir

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  • Magnahellir - Feraflag Fljtsdalshras
  • Magnahellir - Feraflag Fljtsdalshras

Magnahellir(N6499.252-W1571.683) // 0.5 hrs.

Drive north of Krahnjkastfla reservoir along a road (fit for SUV) on Lambafell to crossroads by Laugavellir. Drive down to a parking area by Dimmugljfur canyons. There you will find a sign containing information and the a trail running through Hafrahvammar canyon and Magnahellir cave where you will find the cylinder with the visitors log and stamp.
The farmers in Eirksstair used to keep their sheep in the slopes by Jkuls river close to the cave called Magna cave which derives its name from the farmer named Magni who was the first one to keep his sheep there in winter.

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  • Magnahellir

    Magnahellir(N6499.252-W1571.683) // 0.5 hrs.

    Drive north of Krahnjkastfla reservoir along a road (fit for SUV) on Lambafell to crossroads by Laugavellir. Drive down to a parking area by Dimmugljfur canyons. There you will find a sign containing information and the a trail running through Hafrahvammar canyon and Magnahellir cave where you will find the cylinder with the visitors log and stamp.
    The farmers in Eirksstair used to keep their sheep in the slopes by Jkuls river close to the cave called Magna cave which derives its name from the farmer named Magni who was the first one to keep his sheep there in winter.

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