Hveravellir is a geothermal area in the Icelandic highlands. Here, you will find the natural geothermal pool Hveravallalaug, along with various smaller and larger pools and fumaroles. A wooden walkway runs through the area, allowing you to stroll and enjoy the geothermal region up close and personal without any worries.

There’s also a campsite available for overnight stays. An interesting feature is a stone hut with a grass roof from 1922, which now serves as a dining area.

Hveravellir is located about halfway along road number 35 – Kjalvegur, which connects southern and northern Iceland through the highlands, running between the glaciers Langjökull and Hofsjökull. This gravel road no longer has any fords, so it is possible to reach Hveravellir even with a smaller car.

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