Following textual content taken from the *Iceland Journey Agency*:
“Gunnuhver is a highly lively geothermal location of mud swimming pools and steam vents on the southwest aspect of the Reykjanes Peninsula. Named immediately after an offended woman ghost , Gudrun [or Gunna], whose spirit was trapped in the sizzling springs by a priest 400 decades back, the steamy location has an eerie atmosphere and an outstanding sulphur vapor.
… The colourful minerals in the ground offer vivid hues, but hazard is pretty real with temperatures over 300°C (570°F) so it is critical to tread frivolously and stick to the trails. Iceland´s greatest mud pool resides at Gunnuhver it is 20 meters (65 ft) vast of violently boiling earth.”
>>THE Area IS CONSTATLY Changing,
SO Site visitors Ought to BE Quite Careful.<<