Kleifarvatn is located at Reykjanesskagi, lying between Sveifluháls and Vatnshlíð, roughly between Reykjavik and Keflavik. The distance from Reykjavik is about 34 km. Access is very easy, since the lake lies next to the Krísuvíkurleið at Hafnarfjörður.
Kleifarvatn is one of Iceland’s largest lakes, covering about 8m2.
It rises 136 m. above sea level, with the deepest point at 90 m, near Syðri Stapi. Average depth is approx. 29 m.
Season: 1st May – 30st September.
Prime time: 1 May – 15 June
Location: 35 km from Reykjavik
Average catch: 4-8 trout in a day, 1 up to 6,5 kg and Char
Suitable for: Individuals, groups & families
Notes: Voluntary catch & release
Pick-up and drop-off at hotel
Guide with 4×4 vehicle and petrol cost
Lunch and light beverages provided
Fishing equipment (if requested)
May 1st – October 1st
Please contact us for more information.