Covering more than 270 square miles (700 square kilometers) and reaching a thickness of as much as 2,460 feet (750 meters) in places, this vast glacier is Iceland’s fourth largest. It sits atop the active Katla Volcano, which has erupted many times over the centuries, spewing meltwater, rock fragments, and ash into the air.
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- Volcanic And Glacial Private South Coast Tour
- Quad Bike Tour on Black Lava Sands from Mýrdalur
- Snowmobiling Experience on Mýrdalsjökull Glacier from Vik
- Glacier Hiking and Ice Climbing Small-Group Adventure
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