Reyðarvatn

Snæfellsnes Peninsula, Iceland
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Reyðarvatn is one of several small lakes along route 54 on Snæfellsnes Peninsula. Mount Þorgeirsfell, a beautiful, with steep, and tall scree slope, serves as a stunning backdrop to the lake. The lakes offer a fantastic contrast to the mountain range alongside them, with colours ranging from coal-black to light yellow or golden. The mountain’s dark expanse rises dramatically above the lake, which mirrors the mountain on a perfectly still and sunny day. The area is a stunning backdrop for any production with its unique, surrounding landscape.

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Accessibility

The road leading to the farm and the lake is good. There is an easy hike around the lake.
Public transportation unavailable
There is no public transportation available in this area
Car recommended
Unchallenging terrain accessible by car
Excellent phone coverage
Great phone coverage without interruptions
Not needed
Guide is not needed

Services nearby

There are lots of hotel options around this area. Snæfellsnes Peninsula is one of Iceland’s most visited tourist places with all the services you might need for your production. The famous Hótel Búðir is only 14.5 kilometres away. The nearest hospital is in Stykkishólmur, 81 kilometres away.
Accommodation
< 30 km
Gas station
< 30 km
Hospital or emergency room
More than 50 km away
Parking
< 1 km
Restaurants
< 30 km
Shopping
< 50 km

Permits

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The area is owned by farmers in the area.
Ask the property owner for shooting permission

Basecamp and facilities

There is a farm close to the lake and a school for the area. That could be suitable for basecamp. There are no facilities apart from the private farm at this location and phone coverage is excellent.

Risk factors

The banks of the lake can be unstable, wet and slippery. The lake is also very close to the main road which has an average driving speed of 90 kilometres an hour.

Visitors

The area is not a tourist attraction, but the lakes are popular fishing spots for locals. Closing this location should not be a problem with appropriate permission and permit.

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