Landsendi (N65° 43.352-W14°23.300) // 2 hrs.

Landsendi is one of the 30 Pearls of Egilsstaðir region and refers to some of the most stunning hikes of the area. 

The name of Landsendi refers to the remoteness of this place – “The End of the Land”. Walk from the road towards Ker (before crossing the mountain road Hellisheiði) (N65°42.52- W14°24.41), and from there to the cliff of Landsendahorn. There one can enjoy a magnificent view of Móvíkur. Above them are 200–300 meters high cliffs and hanging rocky slopes called Móvíkurflug. The rock consists mostly of rhyolite of many colours but mostly yellowish, light brown or greenish grey. The cylinder with the visitors’ log and stamp is on the banks above Ker. On the way you might see the ruins of abandoned farmsteads. 

See brochure with map here.