During a two week road-trip through Iceland together with a friend of mine, I took the chance to visit the some confluence points.
This confluence point is easy to reach. We came from the south on the Hringvegur, by taking the Fáskrúdsfjardargöng tunnel. After reaching the coast of the Reyðarfjörður, we took the turn east, followed the road 955 (Vattarnesvegur) direction east for about 11 km and reached the parking area, slightly above road level. Frome here it was an easy walk of about 600 m through lower brushwood to reach the closer location of the confluence point 65N-14W. After a difference of height of about 65 m and crossing a small creek, I reached the exact location of the confluence and took the needed images. The ground cover consists of moss, grass and delicious blueberries. In the picture to the north you can see the easternmost tip of the spit of the headland of the Hólmatindur mountains. In the picture of the parking area you can also see a fish farm in the background.
This was my sixth visit of a confluence point during a trip through Iceland. It was an easy and uncomplicated visit.