We checked into the Hotel Búðir and grabbed some delicious soup for lunch from the hotel lounge/bar area.
Afterwards, we drove around the Snaefellsnes Peninsula and explored the area.
Rauðfeldsgjá Gorge is a cool sightseeing spot where a troll is rumored to live. It felt like a magical experience climbing here, but scary too. There were rocks of all sizes, running water, snow, and ice making it a difficult to trek up and down. A swarm of birds circle above you as you take in the mystical sights of the beauty around you. I would not recommend climbing up here with young children, elderly, or the injured. Perhaps it’s easier to climb in the summertime.
There was a lot of rain and fog on the day we were here, so we did not get to see as much as we expected. It was still a beautiful sight and fun experience.
Some pictures from Sacholl Crater.
We had dinner that night at the Hotel Búðir‘s restaurant and then hung out in the bar area afterwards with a bottle of wine. Kraig taught me how to play chess, but now I forget all the rules.