The South Iceland Highland region is accessible on road number 30 and 32 leading to road number 26 which is in South Iceland, and i nland from Ring Road No 1. This is a great place to stay for those wanting to stay remote in the highland of Iceland.
The Interior Central Highlands, known as 'Hálendið' to locals, sit 400–500 metres (1300–1600 feet) above sea level, their domineering mountain peaks piercing into the clouds, their colourful rhyolite hillsides inspiring all that see them. Steam rises from the region's vast array of geothermal hot spots, and ancient rivers intercut the landscape with decorative ease. Yes, without doubt, the Highlands is a place of beauty, mystery and drama, an area rich in natural delights, hiking trails and incredible scenery.