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Area Skaftafell National Park

Paradiese of Glaciers

Pedro Gula
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Skaftafell National Park
Inserted: 15.10.2017
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The Skaftafell National Park is bordered by the Öræfajökull glacier from the east and Skeiðarárjökull from the west. 1,700 km2 of desolate, low-lying sandurs and higher-lying slopes dotted with wild flowers, alternating sharp mountain ridges and, of course, glaciers. The most accessible part of the park is the Skaftafellsheiði, a plateau protruding between the Skaftafellsjökull glaciers and Morsárjökull, lining the beautiful valley.

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