Baula, July 2006
|Elevation||934 m (3,064 ft)|
|Age of rock||3.4 million years|
Baula is characterized by its almost perfect cone. Nearby is Baula’s “little sister,” a mountain called Litla-Baula, where rare columns of rhyolite are found. Together, Baula and Litla-Baula have often been described as Iceland's most beautiful pair of mountains.
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- Hróarsson, Björn (1994) Á ferð um landið, Borgarfjörður og Mýrar, Mál og menning ISBN 9979-3-0657-2 (in Icelandic)