Webcams areas in Iceland
The region as a whole is characterised by wide bays and fjords, surrounded by mountains on two sides and long river-shaped valleys on the third. It is probably the region in Iceland best suited for outdoor activities, but the north is also interesting for its cultural heritage. As Iceland's second largest urban area, Akureyri is an important centre for art and commerece. Many of the smaller villages offer an experience that rustic, rural Iceland with its deep traditions in farming and fishing.
Akureyri is a town in northern Iceland. It is Iceland's second largest urban area (after the Greater Reykjavík area) and fourth largest municipality (after Reykjavík, Hafnarfjörður, and Kópavogur). Nicknamed the Capital of North Iceland, Akureyri is an important port and fishing centre, with a population of 17,754. The area where Akureyri is located was settled in the 9th century but did not receive a municipal charter until 1786.
Hlidarfjall mountain - Skiing area - Akureyri
Hlíðarfjall is a mountain located west of the Icelandic town Akureyri in Eyjafjörður. It is the site of one of two major ski resorts in Iceland. The former hotel no longer offers accommodation and is now mostly used for meetings. Hlíðarfjall is generally considered to be named after Lögmannshlíð, a (formerly important) homestead and church site on the slopes of the mountain.
Eyjafjörður is the longest fjord in Iceland. It is located in the central north of the country, near the second most populous region of Iceland.
Ólafsfjörður is a town in the northeast of Iceland located at the mouth of the fjord Eyjafjörður. The town is connected to Eyjafjordur via a 3.5 km one-lane tunnel. Fishing is the main industry in the town and several fishing trawlers make their home in the town's harbor. The municipality of Ólafsfjörður and Siglufjörður has merged to form a municipality called Fjallabyggð, which literally means Mountain Settlement.
Sauðárkrókur has an endless number of natural treasures, from the mountaintops to the sea and islands, from the glacial ice in the south to the outermost tips of land in the north.
Dalvík the main village of the Icelandic municipality Dalvíkurbyggð in Iceland. The population of the village Dalvík is approximately 1,400.
Skagaströnd is a town and municipality on the north coast of Iceland, on the east coast of the bay Húnaflói. Notable landmarks include the mountain Spákonufell and the Cap of Spákonufell. The population is 530.
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Blönduós is a town and municipality in the north of Iceland, in the county of Austur-Húnavatnssýsla, 245 km from Reykjavík. The town has a population of around 850 and a small 9-hole golf course, and is a good base for touring the Húnaflói area.
Webcam feed of road conditions in North Iceland
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Here below you can find a direct feed from selected roads in North Iceland.
Hringvegur (1) Ring road, Brandagil, Hrútafirði
Hringvegur (1) Ring road, Gauksmýri
Hringvegur (1) Ring road, Blönduós
Hringvegur (1) Ring Road, Langidalur
Hringvegur (1) Ring Road, Vatnsskarð
Þverárfjallsvegur road (744), Þverárfjall
Siglufjarðarvegur road (76), Stafá
Siglufjarðarðarvegur road (76), Herkonugil
Siglufjarðarðarvegur road (76), Héðinsfjarðargöng tunnel
Location map - Webcam feeds: To the East from Siglufjordur side - On the road on Siglufjordur side - To the West, Olafsfjordur side - On the road, Olafsfjordur side - The tunnel towards Olafsfjordur - The road, towards Olafsfjordur
Ólafsfjarðarvegur road (82), Ólafsfjarðarmúli
Ólafsfjarðarvegur road (82), Hámundarstaðaháls
Hringvegur (1) Ring Road, Norðurárdalur, Skagafirði
Hringvegur (1) Ring Road, Öxnadalsheiði
Hringvegur (1) Ring Road, Víkurskarð
Webcams in Iceland