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The mountain is near Grundarfjordur, a teensy-weensy town in west Iceland. With a summit 1,500 feet above sea level, Mount Kirkjufell the biggest landmark in the village of about 900 residents. Kirkjufell stands on snaefellsnes peninsula of its own...more
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All reviews northern lights snaefellsnes peninsula across the road road trip game of thrones fan worth a stop short walk day trip great shots beautiful spot take your time car park small waterfall golden circle tour buses take pictures an easy walk
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They say this mountain is the most photographed in Iceland. I was lucky when I visited with quiet winds and nice reflections in the surrounding water! The view from the nearby waterfall of this mountain is the one you most see in photos but don't...More

Thank Ranger145
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

After you travel through one of the cutest towns you will ever see along the coast you will come upon this spot. The most photographed mountain in Iceland. Known to GOT fans as the arrowhead mountain. Very limited parking. On the opposite side of road...More

Thank joyd737
Reviewed 2 days ago

Okay, so we went out of our way from the Ring Road to see this mountain partly because it's used in the filming of "Game of Thrones". We stayed in Grundarfjorour one night to be able to cover it. We were very glad we did....More

Thank Davewise
Reviewed 4 days ago

This little mountain juts out into the sea and looms over the little harbor. It creates a nice backdrop especially with the adjacent waterfalls. The parking lot was quite small and I had to wait a few minutes to get in, but definitely worth a...More

Thank mickey92893
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

This is a quick stop on Snaefellsnes peninsula and is definitely worth seeing! There is a small car park and a pull off opposite it across the road. The mountain looks really cool jutting out into the ocean on its own. There are also a...More

Thank tmj238
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

You have to visit this place, calm, cool and a view to die for. Small car park (20 cars) so be patient but well worth it

Thank NorthWestJohno69
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Just a quick stop to this place. It's main attraction is the mountain, but the the small waterfalls there also makes for a nice combination for pictures. It's out of the way but I was in the area so why not.

Thank genusmtbkr5
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This area Snaefellsnes in general has some of the most beautiful topography in the world. You have volcanic regions, pastures of horses, mountains and fjord like imagery everywhere. Kirjufellsfoss is a gorgeous mini mountain that looks like the top of a sombrero on fountain side...More

Thank SusanJ2431
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

If you're a Game of Thrones fan, you must visit this place! The twin mini falls is amazing and just looking at this hat-shape mountain is surreal.

Thank pestman
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We rented a bnb in the town next to it so we had the luxury of time to just sit and look at it for a few hours. It was nothing short of amazing.

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fionar368
27 August 2017|
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Response from Storrs2000 | Reviewed this property |
We didn't see anyone climbing. I read that you need to hire guides. There are plenty of other beautiful places to hike!
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patricia g
18 April 2017|
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Response from דייויד ה | Reviewed this property |
"If "the town" is Grundarfjörður, then absolutely!" This would be my answer too. We stayed at the Framnes Hotel, a short walking distance from the mountain. Hope my information was helpfull. David
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joyj12345
15 March 2017|
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Response from Envir0ment | Reviewed this property |
I drove in a Golf, lol :) Pretty much everywhere on the coast. Take your time and explore!
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Sheryl T
12 March 2017|
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Response from RCSColumbus | Reviewed this property |
Helgafell, a small historical and mystical hill just outside Stykkisholmur is worth a stop and the short climb to the top. Views are beautiful and the legend is explained on an information board at the parking lot at the... More
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Sheryl T
11 March 2017|
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Response from Brittany_11_10 | Reviewed this property |
Hi Sheryl, not sure if you got my PM. In any case, here was my answer to your latest question: Yes, we did the whole RR in January, but I grew up in Alaska, so the road conditions and weather weren't anything I hadn't... More
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