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Gerðuberg basalt columns is located in West Iceland on the Snæfellsnes peninsula. Gerðuberg is a cliff of basalt columns (hexagonal rock structures) about 500 m long. Each column ranges in height from 7m to 14 m, and 1m to 1.5m in width. Gerðuberg was formed by flowing basaltic lava which was cooled by the sea. It is close to Road 54, which runs to Borgarnes. There is a walking path that can take you up to the cliffs, as well it is possible to walk up to the top of the cliffs.

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