Well, you don’t think that you’re in dream? These’re splendid beauty of a mountain which is called Kirkjufell, is a 463m high mountain on the north coast of Iceland's Snæfellsnes peninsula and near the town of Grundarfjoraur. The summit of dazzling Kirkjufell is over 1,500 feet above sea level, actually a biggest landmark in the village of nearly 1000 residents. Kirkjufell stands on a little peninsula of its own, a spectacular backdrop for the multicolored Icelandic sky. If you want to visit Mount Kirkjufell, then you'll have to take a day trip by bus from a bigger city in Iceland, like Reykjavic. Once you get there, you’ll be repaying by an otherworldly journey to grasp the Northern Lights, starry nights, and some exquisite waterfalls. The best time to catch the Northern Lights in Iceland is between September and January.
Iceland is the most exotic place in the world, with its wonderful lava fields, stunning coastlines, magical glaciers and fantastic waterfalls. Therefore it is possible to climb Kirkjufell Mountain normally takes about one hour and 30 minutes or so to reach the top. And you’ll be amazed by view from the top, which is quite remarkable. The hike towards the peak is not for those who suffer from vertigo because it is quite perfidious. But it is very rewarding once you get to the top.Source: Charismatic Planet
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