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We came here on our last night before dinner. We drove all day seeing landmarks along the south coast and drove back to Reykjavík since we had to leave in the morning. We still had some daylight and wanted to see some more but were...More
I went to Heidmork on a recommendation by someone from Reykjavik. The space has nice walking trails around the water and through some forested areas, very peaceful and not very crowded. Nice way to escape the feel of the city without driving very far.
Heidmork is a beautiful paradise outside of the capital of Iceland. It's really nice place to bring your family and get the taste of Icelandic nature. Especially the red hills called Raudholar (Rauðhólar) which you can see when you drive into Heidmork from Nordlingaholt (Norðlingaholt)....More
We drove past this place from another location and decided to stop. What a little gem. We only when to the Raudholar, which are pseudo craters. Lava rock is in abundance and all of us got excited about the many different layers, shapes and colours...More
We were taken to heidmork by our photographer to take our wedding pictures. It was so beautiful the snow near the forest (well Icelandic forest which isn't many trees and none are very large) it was so pretty. There are also some lava formations there...More
We took a guide which was helpful in learning about the a area. Some signs are also in English but not all. There are trails of sorts but some of the footing is hard due to rocks in the paths so beware before you go....More
The north area has some geologic formations worth seeing - very colorful & raw. The downside of this area for hiking is that the path is churned up from horses and they have left smelly gifts all over the place. It is somewhat expected as...More
We could not get into the reserve through the main road as it was closed for vehicles for some reason.
The park is however quite large and there are tons of unpaved roads around.
If you have the time use some to drive around and...More
Heiðmörk has some interesting geological formations on the east side and great views from the hills on the west side. There are hiking trails all over the park as well as horse riding trails. The roads are unsealed though. You could spend a whole day...More