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Hedinsfjordur

Héðinsfjörður is nearly 6 km long deserted northernmost fjord on the Tröllaskagi area. In the fjord is a good lake to catch fish, Héðinsfjarðarvatn, and the outlet from the Héðinsfjarðarós into the fjord. The next settlement to the west is the town Siglufjörður and to the east is Ólafsfjörður.

Into the fjord lays beautiful valley, 5-6 km long. There is a large trout water, 1.7 square miles in size, that splendor the valley, 3 meters above sea level. There is a water trout and large seafish in water, about 1-5 lbs. The fish walks in the late summer.

A lot of wildlife is in the lake. The story says that the fox, who has visited some hunters unafraid and sought for a small fish. This water is not practiced much, yet it has their fans who seek peace and good fishing. Fishing hut is at the northern end of the lake.

Enough entertainment is on Tröllaskagi and nearest area, whether it is winter or summer, for example; skiing, snowmobile, sea angling, golfing, soccer, hiking, horseback riding, fishing, museums and much more.

No one needs to be bored!

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Hedinsfjordur
GPS Points N66° 7' 28.166" W18° 47' 21.013"
Postal code

580

Road number

76

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The Residence
Hotels
  • Aðalgata 10
  • 580 Siglufjörður
  • 467-1506, 865-1750
Gistihús Jóa
Guesthouses
  • Strandgata 2
  • 625 Ólafsfjörður
  • 466-4044, 847-4331

Others

Fjallahestar
Tour Operators
  • Sauðanes
  • 580 Siglufjörður
  • 467-1375, 698-6518
Siglufjörður Golf Club
Golf Courses
  • Íþróttamiðstöðin Hóll
  • 580 Siglufjörður
  • 846-2576
Siglo Sea Safari
Tour Operators
  • Eyrargata 3
  • 580 Siglufjörður
  • 822-0258
Amazing Mountains
Tour Operators
  • Hrannarbyggð 14
  • 625 Ólafsfjörður
  • 863-2406
Ólafsfjörður Golf club
Golf Courses
  • Skeggjabrekka
  • 625 Ólafsfjörður
  • 466-2611

North Iceland

Towns & Villages

Society and the economy have many faces. Whereas agriculture is the mainstay of rural areas, the towns depend upon fishing, industry, trade and a range of services, with each village having its own characteristics though they all prove hospitable hosts. 
The availability of food and accommodation and the possibilities at every location for recreation and entertainment make hopping between the villages informative as well as fun.   
In every case, the residents are lively and ready to celebrate.

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