The Hloduvellir hut is the property of the Iceland Touring Association
and Laugadaela County. It was built in 1970 and is located in
the lava field at the southern foot of Mt Hlodufell. It
comprises a large entrance and a sleeping hall with a kitchenette
(gas-stove). It accommodates 15 people in bunks. Water is
collected from the roof of the huthe attractions in the neighbourhood
are Mt. Hlodufell, Eldborgin in the Lamb Lava Field, Mt Kalfstindur,
Mt Hognhofdi, Mt Skrida and Mt Skjaldbreid. The hiking trail
across Rotarsandur to Gorge Bruararskord is popular and interesting.
The hut is accessible on foot or by jeeps or other robust 4wd vehicles
from lake Laugarvatn or the Kaldidalur Route in the West. Other
4wd access tracks start in valley Haukadalur forest near the Geysir
area, and from the southernmost part of the Kjolur route.
Source: The ITA website.
Tel.: 568 2533
Price Per person.
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