SUP on Kleifarvatn
A really beautiful lake a few minutes down the road from Krysuvik mud pools. Worth a walk around and take in the wonderful black sands and ash deposits.
Kleifarvatn is the largest lake on the Reykjanes Peninsula in Iceland, situated in the southern part of the peninsula. It is located on the fissure zone of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. The lake has no visible water coming in or going out as most of its water comes and leaves underground. The lake can be reached via a track, and there are two areas with high temperature that can be found not far from it: Seltún/Krýsuvík and another to the east. The lake’s greatest depth is 97 m. After the big earthquake in 2000, the lake began to diminish, and 20% of its surface has since disappeared. The cracks that opened up in the earthquake have since then slowly filled again and by 2008 the lake had regained its previous surface level.
- Price: From 19,900 ISK
- Duration: Approximately 3 hours.
- Minimum particants: 3 persons (if there is only 2 participants we gather more to go on the trip)
- Maximum participants: 10 persons
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