This is where the Eurasian and North American plates are drifting at a rate of roughly 2.5 centimetres (1 inch) per year. This translates to about 25 kilometers (15.5 miles) over the course of a million years. This boundary also lines up with Iceland’s volcanic zones. Shannon was VERY excited as this is taught in 6th grade Science. I on the other hand drove many miles across Iceland to see what appears to be a crack.
But this does qualify as hiking in a National Park. #20 on my list and I hope to hike in 5. So there’s that.
I'm Michael Smith and this website is simply documentation of our travels over the course of 500 days. We are very lucky. We went bowling ... and some other stuff.