Langjökull to the west of Hofsjökull
Glacial lakes of LangjökullEdit
Volcanism of LangjökullEdit
Volcanic mountain range of subglacial origin: JarlhetturEdit
Central volcano of the Northern Langjökull volcanic system: HveravellirEdit
High temperature area at Hveravellir
Sinter terraces at Hveravellir
Central volcano Hveravellir
Hot spring at Hveravellir
Þórisjökull, a subglacial volcano and former part of Langjökull, is still part of Prestahnúkur volcanic system
Hrúðurkarlar, craters of the southern Langjökull system
Lava field of the southern Langjökull volcanic system: Hallmundarhraun (9th century)Edit
The lava field lies near Húsafell in West Iceland.
Perhaps part of the southern Langjökull volcanic system: Geysir Geothermal FieldEdit
An important waterfall in the vicinity of Langjökull: GullfossEdit
The river feeding this waterfall, Hvítá (Árnessýsla), has its source in the glacial lake Hvítárvatn with Langjökull.
Highland roads near LangjökullEdit
The F550 or Kaldidalur passes by the western side of Langjökull from Þingvellir to Húsafell (the first part as road 52 / Uxahryggur) whereas the F35 or Kjalvegur / Kjölur road follows the eastern side of the ice cap from Gullfoss (waterfall) up to Blönduós in Northwest Iceland; the Kjölur passes by Hveravellir.