Old Norse - geysa - to gush, to rush forthDuring the period 04 to 14 April 2012, I was asked to lead an expedition to Iceland. Those who have not ventured to this country should do so, the country is spectacular. Glaciers, Ice fields, Volcanoes, Massive Waterfalls and Geysirs.

Our trip was centred around the area of Laugarvatn, which is not different from Westeross in North West Scotland. The only difference is delicate scent of Hydrogen Sulphide that wafts out of every thermal vent in the country.

Mountainrite will be visiting this awesome country again. Contact Kev for further details.

The Golden Falls

Gullfoss (English: Golden Falls) is a waterfall located in the canyon of Hvítá river in southwest Iceland.

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