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Aerial images from the volcanic eruption at Fimmvörðuháls in Iceland. Images taken on 4th of April 2010. The volcanic eruption began on the 21st of March 2010, located on the popular hiking route Fimmvörðuháls, east of Eyjafjallajökull glacier. The ongoing eruption has become a large tourist attraction. The molten lava flows from the volcano's vent into nearby gorges, Hvannárgil and Hrunagil, creating a lava-"waterfall".

Onasill ~ Bill Badzo posted a photo: The Laugavegur is a famous trekking route in South-West Iceland from the hot springs area of Landmannalaugar to the glacial valley of Þórsmörk . It is noted for the wide variety of landscapes on its 55 km (34 mi) path. The route is typically completed over 2–4 days with potential stops at the mountain huts at Hrafntinnusker, Álftavatn, Hvanngil and Emstrur. An ultramarathon is held on the route each July. It is possible to combine the trek with the…

Onasill ~ Bill Badzo posted a photo: The Laugavegur is a famous trekking route in South-West Iceland from the hot springs area of Landmannalaugar to the glacial valley of Þórsmörk . It is noted for the wide variety of landscapes on its 55 km (34 mi) path. The route is typically completed over 2–4 days with potential stops at the mountain huts at Hrafntinnusker, Álftavatn, Hvanngil and Emstrur. An ultramarathon is held on the route each July. It is possible to combine the trek with the…

Onasill ~ Bill Badzo posted a photo: The Laugavegur is a famous trekking route in South-West Iceland from the hot springs area of Landmannalaugar to the glacial valley of Þórsmörk . It is noted for the wide variety of landscapes on its 55 km (34 mi) path. The route is typically completed over 2–4 days with potential stops at the mountain huts at Hrafntinnusker, Álftavatn, Hvanngil and Emstrur. An ultramarathon is held on the route each July. It is possible to combine the trek with the…

Onasill ~ Bill Badzo posted a photo: The Laugavegur is a famous trekking route in South-West Iceland from the hot springs area of Landmannalaugar to the glacial valley of Þórsmörk . It is noted for the wide variety of landscapes on its 55 km (34 mi) path. The route is typically completed over 2–4 days with potential stops at the mountain huts at Hrafntinnusker, Álftavatn, Hvanngil and Emstrur. An ultramarathon is held on the route each July. It is possible to combine the trek with the…

Onasill ~ Bill Badzo posted a photo: The Laugavegur is a famous trekking route in South-West Iceland from the hot springs area of Landmannalaugar to the glacial valley of Þórsmörk . It is noted for the wide variety of landscapes on its 55 km (34 mi) path. The route is typically completed over 2–4 days with potential stops at the mountain huts at Hrafntinnusker, Álftavatn, Hvanngil and Emstrur. An ultramarathon is held on the route each July. It is possible to combine the trek with the…

Aerial images from the volcanic eruption at Fimmvörðuháls in Iceland. Images taken on 4th of April 2010. The volcanic eruption began on the 21st of March 2010, located on the popular hiking route Fimmvörðuháls, east of Eyjafjallajökull glacier. The ongoing eruption has become a large tourist attraction. The molten lava flows from the volcano's vent into nearby gorges, Hvannárgil and Hrunagil, creating a lava-"waterfall".

Aerial images from the volcanic eruption at Fimmvörðuháls in Iceland. Images taken on 4th of April 2010. The volcanic eruption began on the 21st of March 2010, located on the popular hiking route Fimmvörðuháls, east of Eyjafjallajökull glacier. The ongoing eruption has become a large tourist attraction. The molten lava flows from the volcano's vent into nearby gorges, Hvannárgil and Hrunagil, creating a lava-"waterfall".

Aerial images from the volcanic eruption at Fimmvörðuháls in Iceland. Images taken on 4th of April 2010. The volcanic eruption began on the 21st of March 2010, located on the popular hiking route Fimmvörðuháls, east of Eyjafjallajökull glacier. The ongoing eruption has become a large tourist attraction. The molten lava flows from the volcano's vent into nearby gorges, Hvannárgil and Hrunagil, creating a lava-"waterfall".

Aerial images from the volcanic eruption at Fimmvörðuháls in Iceland. Images taken on 4th of April 2010. The volcanic eruption began on the 21st of March 2010, located on the popular hiking route Fimmvörðuháls, east of Eyjafjallajökull glacier. The ongoing eruption has become a large tourist attraction. The molten lava flows from the volcano's vent into nearby gorges, Hvannárgil and Hrunagil, creating a lava-"waterfall".