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This was an amazing experience. 6 of us hiked and it took about 1.5 hours with stops for photos. You pass bubbling mud pots, cliffs, a waterfall, steamy areas, and finally get to the hot stream. We wore our swimsuits under our clothes. Few people...More
We walked here in the rain; wind and cold. Ended up being 8km return and not too difficult if you have a moderate fitness.
Didn't see much going there as heaps of fog clouds and rain. Got to where you go swimming and it was...More
This is a lovely hike through a hot spring area to the geothermal river. You can get to Hveragerði on the bus from Reykjavik if you don't have a car, which also adds a few km onto the start of the walk. We did this...More
A must visit. Like the blue lagoon it is a must do but at the opposite end of the scale. The blue lagoon is amazing but expensive, man made and touristy. This is free, natural and in the winter we saw hardly anyone. Not far...More
We flew into Keflavik Airport at 4 am, picked up our Mazda sedan from Dollar Rentals, and were off, stopping first at the Reykjadulur Valley in Hveragerdi, a one hour and 8-minute drive from the airport. My 30-year old daughter, Anna, who was traveling with...More
Visited the Reykjadalur hot springs on a summers day (11 degrees celcius) and it was very busy! The walk to the natural hot springs requires a little exertion but was well worth it - we also went a little past the hot springs and there...More
Easy winter trail surrounded by steamy hot springs, bubbling mud pots, snow landscape and volcanic smell - truly Iceland!
Open-air natural hot bath is the high point of the walk.
- the trail can be icy, spikes are highly recommended
- not for stroller /...More
We arrived here on a cold winters night. We hiked up at 7:30pm in the dark. The path is easy to follow, just bring good torches. After a 45min hike we reached the top and were lucky enough to be the only ones there. We...More
This is a wonderful 7 km hike (3.5 km in each direction).
Once you arrive at the hot springs you can disrobe and easily enter the springs. There is a small fence for redressing. Awesome. Afterwards in the next town stop at the Skyrgerdin restaurant.....More
There is a car park at the start of the trail it would be impossible to push a buggy very rocky up and down and some little streams to straddle. Children can go in just got to remember very very cold when you get out to get... More
There is a car park at the start of the trail it would be impossible to push a buggy very rocky up and down and some little streams to straddle. Children can go in just got to remember very very cold when you get out to get changed