Gerpir is the easternmost tip of Iceland.
Magnificent view, high rocks, and cliffs (661 m.) Making your way along the edge of cliffs some 12 million years old is an experience you´ll never forget. Throughout the area ( “Gerpissvæðið”) there are many marked trails, walking paths and hiking routes, construed by the hiking club Ferðafélag Fjarðamanna. Prior to visiting, obtaining a good map of the area is a sensible option – or getting in touch with a local information center. The area is also popular among kayak enthusiasts and mountain bikers.
The easternmost point of the country is Gerpir (13°30’V),
the northernmost point of the country is Rifstangi. second northernmost point Hraunhafnartangi (66°32’N),
the westernmost Bjargtangar Latrabjarg (24°32’V; also the westernmost part of Europe)
and the southernmost, Kotlutangi (63°23’N). Hjorleifshodi