Hallormsstadaskogur - Reykjavik
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Hallormsstadaskogur is Iceland's largest forest, only a half hour drive away from Egilsstadir. It's the center of Iceland's forestry and has been a national conservation area since 1905. The first trees were planted in Hallormsstadaskogur in 1903 but most of them have been planted over the past 60 years. There are several walking paths and hiking routes situated throughout the forest, and there is a popular campsite by the riverside of Atlavik cove, which is not far away.