Government forestry station in the beautiful Hallormsstaðarskógur forest, where over 40 species of trees from various parts of the world are growing. Different specimens can be seen on a marked walking path. Hallormsstaðarskógur is the largest forest plantation in Iceland. Planting began in 1903 and the forest was declared a protected area in 1905. Travellers can camp at designated sites in the forest, such as Atlavík cove on Lagarfljót river.

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