Hengifoss

Hengifoss

Hengifoss (N65°04.41-W14°52.84 start) // 2 hrs. The top part of the trail to Hengifoss is closed temporarily due to spring conditions.The shorter hike up to beautiful Litlanesfoss is open and a little bit further up. Hengifoss is the second highest waterfall in...
Hallormsstaður National Forest

Hallormsstaður National Forest

Camping & hiking in the forest Hallormsstaður National Forest is considered to be Iceland‘s largest forest. The forest covers an area of 740 hectares most of which is native birch. Since 1905, the forest has been the site of large scale trials of exotic species....
Reindeer in East Iceland

Reindeer in East Iceland

Reindeer (Rangifer Tarandus) are the largest wild, land mammals in Iceland and like most mammals in Iceland, they are not native to Iceland. They are a relatively new addition to the wild mammal fauna of Iceland. They were imported to Iceland for experimental purpose...
Stuðlagil basalt Canyon

Stuðlagil basalt Canyon

Stuðlagil canyon is one of the most stunning sight in the country which merged from under the river Jökulsá just a few years ago, when its level fell and revealed this wonder of nature. Stuðlagil hosts one of the largest number of basalt rock columns in Iceland. There...
Vök Baths – Hot water springs at lake Urriðavatn

Vök Baths – Hot water springs at lake Urriðavatn

Plunge into Iceland’s purest hot spring water, bath in floating pools out on the lake.Vök Baths is a new destination opened in summer 2019 by lake Urriðavatn, just northwest from Egilsstaðir, in Eastern Iceland. It features the first floating pools in Iceland. Located...
Wilderness Center

Wilderness Center

The Wilderness Center is an authentic and peaceful hideaway. Our guests experience the spirit of the past through a variety of services, such as: unique accommodation, local food, wilderness museum, horse riding, marked hiking trails, mountain biking, day tours,...
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