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Kambsfoss is a waterfal located in North West Iceland in the river Austurá in the valley Austurárdalur.  It is perhaps best known for its salmon run, which is the longest in the country. Miðfjarðará famous salmon river is formed when Austurá river and Vesturá river meet.

GPS: 65.166667, -20.700000


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Geothermal areas


Seljavallalaug Pool It was built in 1923 and the first pool in Iceland to be used for swimming lessons. The pool is 25m x 10m



Ólafsfjörður (GPS 66° 4’19.47″N  18°39’12.80″W) is located in North Iceland on the Tröllaskaga peninsula, part of the municipality Fjallbyggð. It has a population of 780

Geothermal areas


Krisuvik is a highly active geothermal area on the south of the Reykjanes Peninsula. The main area is called Seltún, and has marked trails, wooden