Meet us on location for a glacier hike where you will marvel over crevasses, ridges, snowscapes and the views of the South. We hike on Sólheimajökull, an outlet glacier of the Mýrdalsjökull ice cap, which covers one of the country’s most active volcanoes, Katla. This sits beside a more famous peak, Eyjafjallajökull, which famously erupted in 2010.
Once at the glacier, your friendly guide will gear you up in the glacier equipment, brief you on the safety, then lead you onto its otherworldly surface. It will be the highlight of your day in the south of Iceland!
This glacier hike is perfect if you are driving whilst in Iceland and want to get more out of your south coast adventure. If you are not driving and want to do a glacier hike then join our South Coast: Fire and Ice tour or our Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon Two Day tour, which both include glacier hikes and depart from Reykjavik.
As with all our trips, be sure to bring along waterproof jackets and pants for the unpredictable Icelandic weather. You must also have strong, waterproof hiking boots that go above your ankle in order to wear the crampons (spikes) that are required on the glacier.
Meeting point is:
Sólheimajökull Car Park
Please be on location at 11:00 am. Departure for the glacier hike is at 11:15 am.
There you find a white minibus with Hidden Iceland tour poster in the window. The minibus should arrive around 11:00 am with guests joining the trip from Reykjavik. If the bus is not there yet, do not fear, it will be there shortly.
For questions or concerns please contact us through email@example.com or by phone +354-770-5733.
Departs: Mondays, Fridays & Sundays
Duration: 2,5 hours
Departure: 11:15 am, be at meeting point 11:00 am
Meeting point: Sólheimajökull Car Park
Number of people: Maximum 12
Level of difficulty: Moderate
Included: Glacier hike with all the safety gear.
Price: 12,990 ISK
As with all our trips, be sure to bring along waterproof jackets and pants for the unpredictable Icelandic weather. You must also have strong, waterproof hiking boots that go above your ankle in order to wear the crampons (spikes) that are required on the glacier. Hiking boots, waterproof jackets and pants are available to hire. Make sure to order in the booking process or contact us directly.