n the summer of 2019, Vök geothermal baths opened in Lake Urriðavatn, northwest of Egilsstaðir, the main town in eastern Iceland. Agilstadir is an important stopping point in the fascinating land region of the eastern fjords and the member springs site opened the opportunity for a great opportunity for quality time to dip in the hot water in a stunning landscape. The water in the Vök pool comes from hot springs flowing deep under the lake. Years ago, during the long Arctic winters, existing residents noticed that a rudder covering the lake always melted in point water and indeed there was the natural fountain above which the pool was built. The name of Pool Wok is the Icelandic word for the hole in the melting ice. In the past, these hot springs provide all the hot water throughout the region.