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One more year, summer is approaching, and with it, the hiking trails throughout Iceland are reopening little by little. However, many people think that we can only trek and trek in Iceland during the months of June, July and August. In this post, we destroy the myth :) Hiking in Iceland during the winter Skaftafell: The Vatnajökull National Park has an area of 12,000 km2, of which 8,100km2 belong to the Vatnajökull glacier, the largest in Iceland. During the summer, the most famous

Tired of traditional tourist routes? Would you like to find an adventure trip in Iceland that changes your life and that is an authentic experience? Discover the best adventure trip in Iceland 1. Go beyond the Laugavegur trek The Laugavegur Trek (or Laugavegurinn) has been conceived by National Geographic as one of the best treks in the world, however the number of tourists who visit these dream landscapes each year has been increasing. Although it may not seem like it, the Highlands of

What to see in Iceland in winter months Iceland is one of the most spectacular Nordic countries to visit during winter, that without a doubt. However, travelers always have the same doubt before reaching the island of ice and fire. What should I see in Iceland during winter time? It is true that during winter the hours of daylight and weather conditions can slow down our desire to visit the different places marked on the map, but that does not mean that

Have you always looked for the most magical places in Iceland? The least touristy and most authentic? Then you definitely can't miss Langisjór Lake and Mount Sveinstindur! The Langisjór lake Lake Langisjór is approximately 20 km long and up to 2 km wide and extends almost to the southwestern edge of Europe's largest glacier, the Vatnajökull. Its greatest depth is 75m, its area is 27 km² and it is located 670 m above sea level. Almost all its surroundings are arid mountain deserts