Bjarnarfell is a 750m high mountain right at the doorstep of Langjökull and Jarlhettur. Upon reaching the peak you are welcomed by a breathtaking view over the incredible landscape below. Make sure to bring your camera to get the perfect shot when we have reached the peak.
Vörðufell is a small mountain located just south and east of the White River. Vörðufell is a triangular shaped mountain and is located both in Biskupstungur and Skeiðum municipality. On the top of the mountain is a small lake, Úlfsvatn, where some Icelandic people tried to introduce arctic char but without any success.
The 25 km Fimmvörðuháls Trek is without a doubt one of the most popular amongst both locals and travellers alike and has been for centuries. Hike between glaciers, volcanoes and stunning nature in the Icelandic highlands. This hike will take you from the famous Skogafoss waterfall to Thorsmork, the valley of Thor.
Högnhöfði is a majestic mountain in the Golden Circle route. Reaching up 1002 m, it is quite the challenge. The name implies the head of a male cat, and you can see the ears of the cat when looking in the west direction, standing on the peak of Högnhöfði. The terrain at Högnhöfði is unique, first hiking through an elevated slope and then lean prairie to the highest peak in the northeast.
In this valley is a hot spring where you can dip in and just enjoy the unspoiled nature landscape right in front of you.
Reykjadalur is a spectacular place next to the village of Hveragerdi. It is also considered as a hidden gem of the south because it is less explored, though it is quite easy to locate. Reykjadalur is a part of the Hengill geothermal area and it plays one of the most important rules; to provide Reykjavik’s hot water, steam and electricity.
Glymur Waterfall Hike
When the Hvalfjarðargöng tunnel leading from the south to the north of Iceland was opened in 1998, Hvalfjörður became a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts.
We offer a hike to one of these places in Hvalfjörður, to one of the highest waterfalls in Iceland, Glymur, 198 m. It´s a fact that many Icelanders love outdoor activities. Hiking is one of them which should not come as a surprise since Iceland is a land of mountains and ridges that provide endless hiking opportunities
When driving to the north of Iceland you see a lot of beautiful glacier-shaped mountains along the way. We offer a hike to one of those peaks, Skarðshyrna. The hike takes you through a valley, ending at the peak of Skarðshyrna with the view on the picture seen above.
We begin our hike roughly at 100m above sea level and then progress upwards to the summit of Skarðahyrna at 923 m. The total distance covered is about 11 km.
Midnight sun Hike
Between May 15th and July 15th roughly, the sun in Iceland doesn’t set, and it never really gets dark. Sure, it gets a bit darker, but there is no direct sunlight. What you end up is this wonderful glow; that lights up the sky. It’s the alluring midnight sun.
We want to tell you why you should push through your instincts to sleep during the night, and perhaps even invert it! If you are a northern lights enthusiast, you will be in good practice to stay up late after all. It’s too magical to miss and take our word for it, your eyes and spirit will thank you.
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