Hveravellir is a unique nature reserve situated on the Kjolur route in the middle of the west highlands between the glaciers Langjökull and Hofsjökull, Iceland. Hveravellir is one of the most beautiful geothermal areas in the world with smoking fumarolees and beautifully shaped with sky blue, boiling water. It is a special experience to have a look around, whether it is in the summer or winter.
Interior, is a geothermal area at approximately 650 meters in the highlands as well as a common choice when traveling for Keel . The earliest descriptions of features from 1752 , when Eggert Olafsson and Bjarni Palsson wrote about him in his travel log. They describe as the special attention of anyone caught Eggert called Öskurhól of Noises and blísturshljóða from which it came. Large and colorful of sinter at Hveravellir.
The geothermal pool at Hveravellir is unique. Both hot and cold water flows to the pool, which makes it easy to regulate the temperature of the water in the pool. The water flows quickly, which means that the water is clean at all times and the medicinal qualities of the water are scientifically proven. Over 20 people can comfortably bathe in the pool at the same time.
The pool and its entire surroundings are magnificent, offering a beautiful view of the geothermal area, Kjalhraun lava field and Langjökull. There are only a few things that can compare to a dip into the pool after a walking, riding or ATV tour to relax.