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Various Maps of Interesting Locations in Iceland

Various maps of Iceland

Let these maps help you plan your trip around Iceland. We especially recommend you check out the Hot Springs and the swimming pools. They are worth it every time. You can zoom in and out on the maps after you’ve clicked on the map once. You can select each location on the map for additional information. If you click the square in the top right corner, the map goes full screen.

Hot Springs in Iceland

There are a few things better than soaking in a natural hot spring after a long day of hiking and activities. Color codes on map:
Easy to access Hot Spring are Blue.
Only 4×4 access to Hot Spring is Orange.
Tour operator access to Hot Springs is Black.

Swimming Pools in Iceland

In every town, and even tiny villages and farms, you’ll find swimming pools open to the public. They are quite lovely. On this map, you’ll find all of them, plus opening hours and prices. Last update, March 2020.

Campsites in Iceland

An up-to-date map of all the campsites in Iceland. You’ll also have access to this map on your Easy Guide tablet in your camper.

Winter Campsites In Iceland

A map of all the campsites that are open all year round. Another map where you have easy access to as you travel.

Ski Areas in Iceland

A map of all the ski-areas in Iceland that have ski-lifts.

Museums in Iceland

A map of CampEasy favorite Museums in Iceland.

Waterfalls in Iceland

In a land of over 10.000 waterfalls, here are the ones we’d like to point out.

Active Volcanoes in Iceland

There are around 32 active volcanoes in Iceland. Here’s a map of 30 of them.

Every F-Road In Iceland (almost) and a Map of Each

For CampEasy customers, titles are labeled according to permissions.
Red: Forbidden
Orange: At your own discretion
Green: Allowed (with some common sense)


F66 – Kollafjarðarheiði

Kollafjarðarheiði between Kollafjörður bay, in the South, and Ísafjörður bay in the North of the Westfjords. 25 kms long, drive time about 3 hours. A very challenging road, with a few streams to cross. Epic lunar views along the way.

F586 – Haukadalsskarðsvegur

Haukadalsskarðsvegur takes you between Haukadalsvegur in Snæfellsnes and Staður in the North West. 35kms long, drive time of about 4 hours. This road is remote, with limited cell reception, and in poor shape with many potholes and ruts to navigate.

622 – Westfjords

A dangerous passage between Þingeyri and Fossdalur.


F570 – Jökulshálsvegur

Jökulshálsvegur runs between Ólafsvík and Arnarstapi, north and south of the Snæfellsnes peninsula. This road is 18kms long with a roughly 2 hour drive time. A challenging and steep drive which will take you up one of the highest routes in Iceland- to 658m (2,158ft) above sea level through Snæfellsjökull National Park, with some incredible scenery from the top.

F575 – Eysteinsdalsleið

Eysteinsdalsleið is barely mentioned online or marked by signage, but begins as a gravel road leading from Utnesvegur to Eyvindarhola Lava Cave and into Snæfellsjökull National Park behind Snæfellsjökull, a 700,000-year-old glacier-topped volcano. Klukkufoss and Snukkjufoss waterfalls are visible on this route. Bad cell coverage and little to no traffic along this route- caution advised.


F578 – Arnarvatnsvegur

A dangerous passage with deep river crossings. Do not use.

550 – Kaldidalur

Kaldidalur is not marked as an F-Road but most definitely should be. This is a 40km unpaved road which can be completed in about 4 hours. Stretching between Þingvellir and Husafell, this road continues to F578 towards the north of Iceland.

F338 – Skjaldbreiðarvegur

Skjaldbreiðarvegur is a 50km road from F550 toward F35 near Gullfoss. There are 2 river crossings on this route- they are usually shallow, but it is important to check the depth.

Road 337 – Hlöðuvallavegur – Þjófahraun

Deep river crossings. Do not use.

F735 – Þjófadalavegur

Þjófadalavegur runs east to west between Hveradallir hot springs to Þjófadalir. There is one river crossing that is usually shallow, but it is important to check the depth. The views along this route are beautiful and take you past mountains, glaciers, and rivers. At Hveradallir there are some facilities including a café and parking.

F347 – Kerlingafjallavegur

Kerlingarfjallavegur connects F35 to the famous Kerlingarfjöll mountains, through the center of Iceland. The lunar surroundings are worth the challenging drive which will take you to Gýgjarfoss waterfall nestled between two glaciers. There are two river crossings on this route, with one being quite shallow and the other one quite deep, especially after heavy rain. This route is most often ok, must use caution.


F249 – Þórsmerkurvegur

Deep river crossings. Do not use.

F261 – Emstruleið

Emstruleið is a very rugged road that is 37kms long through Þórsmörk toward South Fjallabak Nature reserve (Fjallabaksleið syðri) There are a few river crossings on this road, so it may not be possible to complete the entire route.

F210 – Fjallabaksleið syðri

Deep river crossings. Do not use.

F225 – Landmannaleið

Landmannaleið is a beautiful road to explore which is 41kms long and takes you from Landvegur toward North Fjallabak Nature reserve (Fjallabaksleið Nyrðri) in the South of Iceland. This road does have a few river crossings, which may mean you must turn back if the depth is higher than the creek level.

F228 – Veiðivatnaleið

Veiðivatnaleið is a Martian-like road that connects road F26 to Skalavatn Lake. This road is deserted most of the time and there are a few river crossings, which may mean you must turn back if the depth is higher than creek level.

F208 – Fjallabaksleið Nyrðri

Even though this route is labeled Green, it’s still a tricky route that can be in a very bad condition. It is, however, stunning in a lot of ways.

F233 – Álftavatnskrókur

Álftavatnskrókur is a 20kms long road that connects the North and South of Fjallabak Nature reserve in the South of Iceland. However, it does contain a serious river, so it’s not possible to complete the entire road. But driving up towards the river, and back, is well worth the trip in our opinion.

F206 – Lakavegur – Lakagígar

Lakagígar is 41kms long and takes around 3-4 hours to complete. An absolutely fantastic landscape, this road leads to Laki Crater in the Vatnajökull national park. The road does contain multiple rivers, which may mean you must turn back if the depth is higher than creek level.


F839 – Leirdalsheiðarvegur

Leirdalsheiðarvegur runs 27kms from Hvalvatnsfjörður to Grenivík in the north of Iceland. The road is rough and contains a few low-level streams/rivers, so it is important to check the depth. This road is completely deserted most of the time and cell networks can be patchy, so it is advised to travel in a convoy if possible.

F899 – Flateyjardalsvegur

Flateyjardalsvegur is a 34km long serious drive through Austurádalur valley. There are a few smell low-level streams/rivers, so it is important to check the depth. Steep in some parts.

F862 – Dettifoss

Dettifoss From Ring Road 1 to Dettifoss West Parking Lot is paved, but continuing north this road turns into an F-Road and requires a 4×4. No river crossings to worry about and this leads you toward Asbyrgi Canyon.


F35 – Kjölur

Kjölur is the most popular mountain route that takes you from Geysir on the Golden Circle, right through the middle of Iceland to the north.

F26 – Sprengisandsleið

Sprengisandsleið takes you through the center of Iceland, running 232kms between Hofsjökull and Vatnajökull glaciers via Sprengisandur. Parts of this road are covered by deep rivers, so it is important to check the depth. A long and challenging road, we advise against taking the full route. This road is extremely remote and in terrible shape, it is believed to be haunted and is subject to severe highland weather. No gas stations along this route.

F752 – Skagafjarðarleið

Skagafjarðarleið is 120kms long and links route F26 to Varmahlíð, in northern Iceland. There are some creeks and low-level rivers across this route, so it is important to check the depth. A rough and challenging road with almost no cell network. The road itself has large potholes and ruts, and the surrounding landscape is very harsh and remote.

F821 – Eyjafjarðarleið

Eyjafjarðarleið runs for 40kms from Laugarfell toward Akureyri. The drive is long and bumpy (40kms) but there are no rivers to cross. Driving through a lush green country valley, it makes for a very beautiful drive.

F881 – Dragaleið

Dragaleið is an 18km journey linking F26 with F821. This is the highest road in Iceland, reaching 944m (3,097ft) elevation. This is a road less traveled and with minimal cell coverage. No rivers to worry about, but the road is very bumpy and lunar.


F910 – Austurleið

The road into Lake Askja from the F905 or the (impassable) F88. The F910 has three crossings, but they can be crossed. Make sure you arrive via the F905.

F88 – Öskjuleið

Öskjuleið, also known as Askja Road, is an 80km stretch toward Askja caldera. This is probably the most awe-inspiring F-Road in Iceland, and the landscape is like another planet. Peppered with volcanoes and mountains, volcanic crater lakes that you can swim in (Víti Crater Lake is 30c and safe for swimming) small rivers (passable at low tide) and an eerily black terrain covered in wildflowers. The Askja region is very special.

F905 – Arnardalsleið

Arnardalsleið is 60kms long and has some wide and shallow river crossings, taking you from F910 toward Möðrudalsleið in the East through ancient lava fields. The track is very bumpy, very muddy during rain, and has deep potholes and wide, shallow rivers to cross. – cell network is also minimal and it’s not a busy route.

F894 – Öskjuvatnsvegur

Öskjuvatnsvegur is only a short 8km drive but is in a terrible condition. The drive takes you from the car park at Vikraborgir to Dreki Mountain Huts on F910. Black lava landscapes dominate here, making the short drive very otherworldly.

F902 – Kverkfjallaleið

Kverkfjallaleið runs for 84kms between Kverkfjöll mountain and F905 in southeast Iceland. A very challenging and bumpy road, it takes you into a very remote and seldom visited part of Iceland, therefore cell network is non-existent. It is a long and twisting track between brown slopes, very reminiscent of being on Mars.

F903 – Hvannalindavegur

Hvannalindavegur is a challenging mostly soft-sand track located in the Eastern Region of Iceland. It links Vatnajökull Glacier from F910. This route is remote with no cell service and rarely passing traffic. It does have two significant river crossings over river Lindá and is littered with potholes and fords. It’s so remote, Google doesn’t even recognize it as a road.

F909 – Snæfellsleið

Snæfellsleið is an extremely challenging trail that leads 32kms from Vatnajökull glacier toward road 910. Considered one of the most extreme roads in Iceland. With deep potholes and ruts, as well as several deep river crossings, it means this road may not be possible to complete entirely, even for modified super jeeps.

F946 – Loðmundarfjarðarvegur

Loðmundarfjarðarvegur is just under 38kms long and leads from Borgarfjörður Eystri to Klyppsstaðir, via Húsavík in the east (N.B. there are two places named Húsavík in Iceland, the other located in the north) An incredibly scenic drive with incredible geologic formations to look out for. Extreme heights in some locations. The road ends, so account for the 2-hour drive back when you head out. One of the more famous routes, and one of the most deserted.

F980 – Kollmúluvegur

Very deep rivers. Do not use.

F985 – Jökulvegur

Jökulvegur is a beautiful 17km track alongside Skálafellsjökull. It offers amazing views and no river crossings; however, the road is quite bumpy and extremely steep in places. This glacier is a popular film location with many Hollywood movies such as James Bond and Game Of Thrones being filmed here.