Kálfshamar, Pöstin and Dysjarhóll are three cliffs under the Eyjafjöll mountains which give the area its special character. There is a folktale connected to Pöstin: A priest by the name of Magnús bound a ghost named Flódalabbi into the wetlands east of Pöstin. The ghost managed to grab the cliff in his last desperate moments before disappearing into the wetland and his fingerprints are said to still be visible in the cliff.

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