Kerlingarfjöll

ISK 18.000

About the hike

A bus leaves Reykjavík at 8. We drive into Kerlingarfjöll and go for a demanding hike and easier hike.

After the hike we go to a hot pool in Kerlingarfjöll. It’s also ideal to have a look at the restaurant and get a waffle and so on.

The bus returns to Reykjavík later in the day.

The bus drives all the way up to the hot spring area in Hveradalir, where the hike begins.

Group A: less demanding and shorter trip starts walking around the hot spring area and then a walk down to the cabin (Ásgarður), pack up and then walk to the pool over a kilometer, you have to wade the river, at least if there are ditches.
Length of walk: 10-11km.
Elevation: Starting at about 1000m altitude both groups and ending at about 700m altitude.

Group B: demanding starts walking to Fannborg and maybe Snækollur also 1488m and then down to the hot spring area and the same way as the other group, only Fannborg is an addition.
Length: about 15-16km
Elevation: 600-700m

Length of trip: approx. 10-12 hour trip.

Duration

10 - 12 Hours

Departure

8:00 (am)

Level of Difficulty

Group A: Medium 10 - 11 km
Group B: Advanced 15 - 16km, 600 - 700m elevation

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