| northern Iceland|| 1,100 m|
| Súlur, Skálafell, Askja, Kerling, Kaldbakur|Hlíðarfjall Wikipedia
Hlíðarfjall ([ˈl̥iːðar̥ˌfjatl̥]) is a mountain located west of the Icelandic town Akureyri in Eyjafjörður. It is the site of one of two major ski resorts in Iceland. The former hotel no longer offers accommodation and is now mostly used for meetings.
Hlíðarfjall is generally considered to be named after Lögmannshlíð, a (formerly important) homestead and church site on the slopes of the mountain (the word hlíð having the meaning "slope").