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Hiking to Glymur Waterfall is an adventure to remember! This is a very difficult and challenging hike, and not for people afraid of heights. Not recommended for children under 8 years of age. Remember good shoes, preferably hiking boots, waterproofed clothes, snacks, a water bottle to fill in the river, and your camera!
Difficulty: Hard (3/5)
The valley is situated in a geothermally active area, and hot water mixes with the river running through the valley, making the river the perfect temperature for bathing. Remember good shoes, a swimsuit and towel, a snack, a water bottle to fill in the river, and your camera! A moderate hike, with a good rest at the top, until we hike downhill.
Difficulty: Easy (1/5)
The amazing Fimmvörðuháls Trek is certainly one of the most popular hikes amongst locals. This 25 km hike offers stunning landscapes, including everything from craters, volcanoes, glaciers, dozens of waterfalls, and one of the most picturesque nature reserves in Iceland, Thórsmörk.
Difficulty: Very hard (4/5)
Laugavegur trail was listed by National Geographic as one of the most beautiful trails in the world. The Laugavegur trail, between Landmannalaugar and Thórsmörk, includes breathtaking views and amazing nature, colourful rhyolite mountains, black obsidian lava, black sandy desert, rivers, geothermal pools, and views to glaciers, such as Vatnajökull, Eyjafjallajökull, Mýrdalsjökull and Tindfallajökull. All-inclusive.
Difficulty: hard (3/5)
Bus stops for pick-up
The city offers special pick-up and drop-off places for your tour hotel pick-up. The stops are located in and around the city centre and are easily accessible. You should find one in close proximity to your accommodation in the city centre. On this map, you will find your nearest location for your tour pick up / drop off, pictures of what the stops look like and a map how to get there.
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