The Kirkjufell is a symmetrical free-standing mountain on the north shore of the Snæfellsnes peninsula in the west of the Grundarfjord Bay. Geologists estimate its creation during a sub-glacial eruption of the latest epoch of the ice age. To its west is another free standing mountain, called Stodin. Both mountains are totally severred from the peninsula mountain massif.
Iceland 1977, Kirkjufell.