Jun, Jul, Aug
BSI Reykjavik Bus Terminal at 7.15 am.
EQUIPMENT LIST and further information // Shoes: Bring hiking shoes or boots appropriate for hiking and trekking in rough terrains and snow. Boots can be rented // Clothing: Warm clothing, rain gear (we can lend rain coats to those who need), goretex shell or equally waterproof jacket and pants, hiking pants (not jeans), warm sweater and suitable base layer (not cotton), hat and gloves // Food and drinks: make sure you bring enough food for lunch, dinner and in-between meals like energy bars, nuts, and dried fruits for example. A 1 ltr. water bottle is also mandatory but energy drinks are optional. There are NO shops on the way so make sure you come prepared.
Icelandic Mountain Guides has been setting the standard in terms of safety, expertise and environmental protection in Iceland since its creation in 1994. Our outdoor adventure company is owned and operated by mountain guides and was the first to offer the Glacier Walk in Iceland, which was key to the industry's exponential growth.
You will find our company's headquarters in Reykjavik and our base camp in the stunning Skaftafell National Park. Whether you want to go hiking, skiing or climbing or whether you are looking for a day tour or a multi-day tour, we can help you. Come with us to discover everything Iceland and Greenland have to offer.
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