Kerið Crater

Kerið Crater

Part of a group of volcanic hills called Tjarnarhólar, Kerið is a 55m deep, small volcanic crater around 6,500 years old.

Now filled with water, it created a beautiful lake surrounded by red volcanic rock, where concerts have even been held on a floating raft.

Groups can visit as part of the Golden Circle day and walk all the way around the crater rim (taking around 15 minutes) to admire the spectacular landscape.

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