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 visit was an easy one. We came from the east and parked the car next to the road, on the area of a newly built turn-off (N65° 00.793' W21° 57.768'). The main road Snæfellsnesvegur is still unpaved, as it was in the last visit, already eight years ago. From that point I set off by foot for a 2.300 m long trip direction southwest. I crossed two bigger ditches and some smaller creeks, which mostly looked rusty coloured, maybe because of iron oxide. In general it was a swampy area, alternating with loose stony terrain in higher areas. The difference of height in this visit was about 30 m, with the confluence at the highest elevation of about 109 m regarding my GPS. So at luck it was not swampy at all during taking the needed images at the confluence point 65°N-22°W. In the picture to the north you can see the Breiðafjörður. On my way back I chose a route a little bit more direction north, to avoid to crossing the two ditches again. After this visit our trip continued to the west on the peninsula Snæfellsnes.
This was my tenth visit of a confluence point during a trip through Iceland. It was the swampiest visit during this holidays.