|Main Street 68 Iceland|
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Hringvegur near Brú in Hrútafjörður
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Djúpvegur ( )
|Overall length:||104.63 km|
It begins on the ring road at Brú in Hrútafjörður and runs on the west bank of the fjord, further north on the west bank of the Húnaflói . Borðeyri is a small place by the fjord and the supply center for the area. The Laxárdalsvegur leads to the west coast of the Westfjords through the Laxárdalur in which the Laxdæla saga played. About the Stikuháls (165 m.) Of Innstrandavegur reached the Bitrufjörður . The road climbs to its highest point on the Ennisháls (290 m). There is a traffic and weather observation station up here. Inside the Kollafjörður the Steinadalsvegur forms another connection to Vestfjarðavegur . In Steingrímsfjörður , the Innstrandavegur ends after almost 105 km at Djúpvegur , which leads via Hólmavík through the fjords of Ísafjarðardjúps to Ísafjörður .
From 1972 to 1995 this street was called Hólmavíkurvegur , then it became Djúpvegur and has had its current name since October 1st, 2009. 39 km of the route have not yet been paved.