Vista 5160 veces, descargada 209 veces
cerca de Ásólfsskáli, Rangarvallasysla (Ísland)
The highest peak in the Tindfjöll massif is Ýmir, named after a giant ("jötunn") from Norse mythology. Three of us did this hike in March 2006 - the snow was very deep and visibility very poor so while the others took turns breaking trail, I navigated by means of "left" "straight" and "right" instructions - this explains the meanders!
The first two photos were taken on the trip - the third one a couple of months later from Fimmvörðuháls ("Five-cairn Pass") - it shows about half the route. Ýmir is the leftmost of the two peaks near mid-picture.
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