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Ytri Rangá with Hekla in the background

Ytri-Rangá is a river in Iceland popular for salmon fishing. It is over 55 kilometres (34 mi) long, rising north of Hekla, passing to the west of Hella before, 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) further south, joining with the river Þverá to become the Hólsá. The designation Ytri, "outer", distinguished it from the Eystri or East Rangá, an affluent of the Þverá.

Coordinates: 63°46′39″N 20°28′44″W / 63.777576°N 20.478792°W / 63.777576; -20.478792