- Litli-Hrútur Eruption
- Litli-Hrútur Eruption 2
- Litli-Hrútur Eruption 3
- Litli-Hrútur Eruption 4
- Reykjanes (North of Litli-Hrútur)
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Iceland Erupting Volcano Webcams
Fagradalsfjall is a tuya volcano around forty kilometres from Reykjavik which had pretty much kept a low profile for around eight centuries.
That all changed in March 2021, August 2022 and more recently July 2023 when it began to demonstrate its hidden nature. Volatile lava expulsions have spewed forth from Fagradalsfjall for several months at a time, before eventually slowing to nothing more than a steady trickle. Danger levels diminished and the volcano became one of Iceland’s top tourist attractions. Hundreds of thousands have flocked to see the glowing mountain and will continue to do so.
Things can change rapidly where volcanoes are concerned with the latest eruption at Litli-Hrútur showing no signs of stopping. Tourists have been warned to stay away so these camera angles are probably a better idea than visiting.