This is one of the scenic spots of Lake Myvatn in Iceland. There are strange rocks formed by the cooling of volcanic lava, like black castles and mazes. Legend has it that this is the place where the Santa Clauses usually live in Iceland.
The lava labyrinth is a maze-like scenery formed by the flow of magma. The dark and strangely shaped stones are covered with white snow. I like this feeling very much. The lava maze has several hiking trails of varying difficulty. The plan is very good. We walked for a little 20 minutes and did not complete one.
There are several trails in the lava labyrinth, which are mainly formed by weathering for many years. There are various different forms, which are more spectacular. However, due to the formation of lava in the entire scenic area, there are more wind and sand.
On Ctrip, this attraction is called the "Lava Maze", and our tour guide called it the "Black Castle". I planned to walk a little bit for half an hour, but it took more than an hour to walk a long time. Everyone's imagination ability is different, and the same stone can see different feelings.
Also called "Black Castle", it is a large area of black rock that has cooled down after the eruption of a volcano. There are several hiking routes in the scenic area, the most popular one is more than 2 kilometers long, passing through one of the "churches", this "church" is a naturally formed cave. Naturally formed caves like the one in the picture below are still very interesting. The most famous cave in the scenic area is super big, and there is no problem with a 1 meter 8+ male standing in the cave! The unique and strange lava structure formed the mysterious dark castle (Dimmuborgir). According to legend, Satan settled here after being expelled from the kingdom of heaven. However, he was expelled by the local light elves, so he turned his "Hell's Tomb" into Their capital.
Dimmuborgir is one of the wonders of Lake Myvatn and the most worth visiting place in Iceland. The rugged rocks are of different shapes and are the best witness of the past volcanic eruption. It was filmed in the third season of the movie "Game of Thrones"!