Spákonufell Mountain

At 646 metres high, it is one of the most noteworthy and magnificent mountains in these parts. It is named after a seeress called Þórdís who lived on a farm at the base of the mountain in the 10th century. She’s the first person to have lived in Skagaströnd. From the top of the mountain you can see far in all directions. A walking path up to the mountain is marked out from the Brandaskarð farm.








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