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Mt. Keilir

Region: Reykjanes
Coordinates: 63.9350178° N 22.1902931° W

About Keilir

Mt Keilir is a hyaloclastite mountain on the Reykjanes Peninsula. It was was created during sub-glacial eruptions during the Ice Age. Its shape makes it distinctive and according to geologists, it probably is a crater plug. In spite of its steep slopes, it is not too difficult to climb, and the view from its top on a fine day is to be remembered.

Mt. Keilir in Icelandic

Geology Southwest Iceland

Photo Credit: Visit Reykjanes

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