63.88 N, 22.5 W
summit elevation 230 m
The volcano is located in SW Iceland at the point where the Mid Atlantic Ridge meets the surface.
A large earthquake in 2000 lowered the water level in Lake Kleifarvatn by 5 metres. It has since been returning to normal. Krísuvík, close to the southern end of the lake and has hot springs, mud pots, boiling pools.
The volcano is popular with adventure tours.