A dead volcano, up to the top can see the huge crater, can overlook the lake and surrounding craters, the scenery is beautiful.
Not far from Lake Myvatn, there is a big black volcano with a parking lot at the foot of the mountain. It takes about 20 minutes to climb a slope from the parking lot to the crater. The whole volcano is black like a coal mountain. , The crater is very large and spectacular. It is estimated that it takes more than 2 hours to walk around it. Standing on the mountain pass, you can also have a bird's eye view of the entire Lake Mývatn.
There is parking and paid restroom at the foot of the mountain, there is a hiking route to go up the mountain and circle around. We took about 20 minutes to walk up the mountain. Worth a visit.
The volcano, which erupted more than 2000 years ago, is awash with black lava, but not many tourists because of the inconvenience of traffic and the terrifying scenery.
The Lake Mi Lake is one of the most important tourist areas in Iceland, in the north. Lake Mi Lake is Iceland's fourth largest lake, is a shallow eutrophication lake, an area of 37 square kilometers, located in an active volcanic area, not far from Krafra volcano. The lake was an ice cap area during the last ice age about 10000 years ago, and it was formed by a volcanic eruption. Volcanic islands are located in the lake, and craters, hot springs and lava formations are located around the lake. Mihu Lake is also the dryest and sunny place in Iceland. In June weather, although we saw snowflakes, Mihu Lake is still the most windy and sunny stop on our round-the-island trip. The Lake Mihu scenic area features volcanic landscapes, including geothermal, intermittent fountains, craters, etc. Due to the diversity of landscapes, 1974 was planned by the Government as a special reserve. We choose the homestay of the town of Rechariz, the first choice for a tourist stay in the Lake Mihu Scenic Area, where the main tour groups, passenger service centers, residential areas, supermarkets, gas stations, and the famous geothermal power plant are nearby. Several major attractions around Lake Mega: Mount Wheel's Dead Crater: Mount Wheel is a dead volcano that stopped active long ago, the last eruption said to have been 2,500 years ago, when Iceland did not exist. This crater has a diameter of 1 km, a circle is a small undulating sandy road, more than 3 km, it takes about 1 hour, many tourists thus around a circle. The crater of Mt. Wheel is a relatively highland in the area of Mt. Mihu, standing on the edge of the crater, overlooking Mt. Mihu and other craters around it, as well as geothermal plants and Mt. Mihu hot springs, and occasionally smelling the pungent sulfur. Black Stone Forest: Black Stone Forest also has the title of Dark Castle or Black Maze. If you walk into this valley, you will lose your way if you don't follow the signage provided in the scenic area. A long view of the blackness of the castle, as described in science fiction, revealed that there were holes in it. Lava belt is a mysterious area of caves and rocks of large and small size, formed by the solidification of liquid lava from lava lakes during the long flow. These dark stones, like spires, are shaped like castles, surrounded by a narrow valley, and walk here as if in a magical world, no wonder they are called mazes. Namaskard geothermal landscape: The Namafjall geothermal landscape is located in central Iceland beside Lake Mi, which is also a wonder of Iceland, from Lake Mi, it was very quick to arrive, to the nearby without navigation, smelling the smell. It's a geothermal landscape, a bit like the Gescher Fountain in the Golden Circle, but more typical and special. "In the distance, a white plume of smoke was seen from the ground, and the grass was not there, and the white smoke was like the gas from the chimneys of old, and it was ragged, and there was no clear hot spring water, but thick limestone." It looks like a scene from an alien planet in a science fiction movie, and it's not like a view from the earth. Godafoss Falls is a spectacular and charming natural arc waterfall in Iceland, also known as the "God's Falls" and "God's Falls", a charming waterfall on the Skarvadavyote River near the beautiful Lake Mee in northern Iceland, 12 meters high and 30 meters wide. It is an arc of nature, so large that it is difficult to fit the entire waterfall into a view frame even with a wide angle. She looks particularly peaceful in the face of the falls. No matter what mood travelers come with, see this situation, will be calm and calm, perhaps, here is really the house of the gods.