Kerlingarfjöll is a unique range of mountains in central Iceland, created by volcanic activity thousands of years ago. The rust-colored mountains and steaming hot springs make Kerlingarfjöll one of Iceland's most captivating hiking and photography destinations. It can be accessed only by driving on rough F-roads, either by renting a 4x4 or taking a bus, making it a great adventure for those who are looking for an off the beaten path experience. Brave hikers can attempt the 47km multi-day trek over the peaks of Kerlingarfjöll, while the less seasoned will love exploring Hveradalir Geothermal Area, a wonderland of rainbow-colored hot springs and bubbling mud pools.
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