Sveinstindur is a 1,093-metre-high mountain that can be found right in the middle of nowhere in the deep middle of Iceland at the end of the F235. From the top, there are beautiful views of the volcanic landscape and especially Lake Langisjór, which stretches for almost 35 kilometres to the edge of the Vatnajökull glacier.

The climb up Sveinstindur is moderately difficult and will take you about an hour and a half from the parking lot at the base of the mountain. The total distance of the climb is 1.7 kilometres with an elevation gain of 374 metres. The climb is steep in some places, but there is no part where you have to climb or scramble up a rock.

In any case, the views with Sveinstindur are worth all the effort and distance to come here and climb to the top.