ÍS: Driving to Seyðisfjörður


Seyðisfjörður is one of my favorite little towns in Iceland. Tucked into a cozy valley at the base of a fjord, this artsy community is full of color and quirk. The drive there from Egilsstaðir (a rather mundane city) has merit on its own. A drive up over a mountain provides spectacular views of Egilsstaðir (pictures 3-5), a mountain plateau covered in snow most of the year (above and below), a stunning waterfall (picture 6), and breathtaking views of Seyðisfjörður from above (last two photos).








[35mm taken with my Canon EOS Rebel 2000. Click here for more pictures from my May 2015 trip around Iceland’s Ring Road. Click here for more pictures of East Iceland.]

6 thoughts on “ÍS: Driving to Seyðisfjörður

  1. Me and a friend went over the pass in the bad storm in September 2013. On bikes. The road was completely snowed in, but apparently, we had less problems than the car drivers, and actually a lot of fun 🙂

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