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We joined the trek organised by Adventure Artics, and enjoyed it from the pick up point in Ryekjavik to its drop off 4 days later. It was a guided hut to hut trek, and although we experienced all the 4 weathers of the year, the...More
Due to some online reviews, I had thought that campers (at $20/pp!) would be able to hang out in the hut, dry off, and maybe use the kitchen. Not so in these super-busy tourist times (early July). You get to use the toilet, the tap...More
If you are into trekking (or even hiking), this is a must for any adventurers visiting Iceland. Although it can be tough at times, especially carrying all your equipment, it is an unforgettable experience. It is only open in the summer months and weather is...More
Completed the hike in four days (as most people do), sleeping in tent, starting from Landmannalaugar.
The first two days offered the most amazing scenery. The first camp site is up on the mountain, be prepared for some snow even in July. The camp site...More
An off-road adventure that is so worth it. Although the road there seemed a little uncertain at times, it was by far one of the coolest places I have been/experienced. There is a natural hot spring nearby. We camped, and I recall the ground being...More
Laugavegur is a 4 day trekking (or hike if you wish to lodge yourselves in a hut, have your back pack transferred, dine in the hut) and Fimmvorduhals is a 2 day trekking; hence, all-together 5 or 6 days. When you make side-tours, upto 2...More