Hveravellir is a geothermal area in the Icelandic interior. There is a natural geothermal lake, various smaller or larger lakes and fumaroles. A wooden walkway leads through the area so you can walk around and enjoy the crushed earth without fear.

There is also a campsite for overnight stays. Another interesting feature is a stone house with a grass roof from 1922, which now serves as a dining room.

Hveravellir lies about halfway along the road no. 35 – Kjalvegur, which connects southern and northern Iceland inland and runs between the Langjökull and Hofsjökull glaciers. There are no more fords on this gravel road, so it is possible to reach the Hveravellir area with a smaller car.

Hveravellir, along with the Hveradalir area in the Kerlingarfjöll mountains, are definitely two reasons why you should head to this area.