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River Jokulfall

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Valleys of Thieves

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Are The Holy Grail in
Kjolur Route


HIKING TRAILS
HVERAVELLIR - HVITARNES
From mid June to Mid September
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Bus Schedule Kjolur Route


Bus For hiking Hveravellir Hvitarnes


East Circle via Kjolur Passport


Accommodations
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Are The Holy Grail In Kjolur Route?

In 2004, a team of Italian researchers began an excavation in Iceland searching for a secret chamber that apparently had been filled with sacred books and objects from the Temple of Jerusalem. The search for the Holy Grail, which is associated with Christ’s Last Supper, legends of the Holy Chalice, the Knights Templar, and special powers, has continued ceaselessly throughout the ages.
Are the Holy Grail in the Valley of Thieves
? or in the mountain range Kerlingarfjoll? or by the river Jökulfall? or near Hveravellir?

HIKING TRAILS
HVERAVELLIR - HVITARNES


The hiking distance is 42 - 44 km. At the starting or finishing point, Hvitarnes, is the oldest hut (1930) of the Icelandic Tourist Association for 30 persons.

Day 1. The first leg from Hvitarnes is about 12 km long and ends at the Thverbrekknamuli hut with an ascent of 100 m. 
Day 2. The second leg ends at the hut in Thjofadalir after a 14-15 km hike with an ascent of 100 m.
Day 3. The third leg ends at the hut in Hveravellir after a hike of 12 km and an ascent of still another 100 m.

There are several booklets available on this hiking route. For further information on the route the Travel Guide is at hand.

Huts on hiking trail Hvitarvellir to Hveravellir
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Hut
Hvitarnes


Hut Thverbrekknamuli


Hut
Thjofadalir


Huts
Hveravellir


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