Auðkúluheiði, a wide area or moorland with both scattered and continous grasslands between the river Blanda to the east, Gríms­tungu­heiði moor to the west, and Hveravellir to the south. This area is mostly 400 to 500 m above sea level. A good deal of the northern part of the moor is under water since the Blanda was harnessed 1984–88, Blönduvirkjun. Among roads built there in connection with the building of the hydro–electric plant is one going over the mountain Áfangafell, from which there is a panoramic view. Shelter.