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Landmannalaugar from the Blahnjukur
Iceland
This is one of the most stunning place I ever saw. You go there by 4WD or bus, but not with the average renting car: this is forbidden mostly because of river crossings, as the track is quite OK. There is a marvelous camping that even feature a natural hot spring, grass and flowers... All around are both short and long hiking trails in the desert, colored mountains, rivers and volcanic fumes.
Copyright: Jeremie francois
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Uploaded: 23/10/2012
Updated: 06/11/2012
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Tags: nature; moutain; clouds; colors; volcanic
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