Iceland Hiking Trails


Attractions of
t
he South


South Iceland

Travel Guide

 


HIKING TRAILS
SOUTH ICELAND

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Checlist for hikers


Hiking Hveragerdi

 hotsprings area


NLFI in Hveragerdi


 

Click the hiking logos to open other parts of the country and the towns for further information. Green lines, if drawn, show some of the hiking trails!
Hikint Trails Southwest Iceland Hiking Trails Southern Lowlands Iceland Hiking Trails Central South Iceland Hiking Trails Interior Highlands Iceland Hiking Trails South Iceland the Eastern Part Hiking Trails Southeast Iceland Jokulsarlon- Glacial Lagoon - Boat trips, hiking, bird watching Skaftafell National Park - Hiking, nature watching, camping Skaftafell National Park - Hiking, nature watching, camping Mt Oraefajokull - Icelands highest mountain - Mountaineering - Hiking - Ice Climbing Kirkjubaejarklaustur Service Centre - Tourism - Hiking - Angling Vik in Myrdalur Service Centre - Hiking Skogar - Hiking - Angling - Glacier Tours - Riding Thorsmork - Nature Lovers Paradise - Hiking Hvolsvollur hamlet - Service & Tourism Centre - Angling Hella hamlet - Service & Tourism Centre - Angling Selfoss - Service & Tourism Centre - Industry - Angling Eyrarbakki - Stokkseyri - Recreation - Angling - Hiking Hveragerdi - Horticulture - Recreation - Hiking - Riding - Angling Thorlakshofn fishing hamlet - Export harbour - Ferry to the Westman Islands - Hiking - Angling Fludir hamlet - Horticulture, industry - Angling - Hiking Laugaras - Skalholt - Horticulture - Historical Site Gullfoss - Geysir - Waterfall & Hot Spring Area - Hiking - Angling - Riding - Golf - ATV-Tours - White Water Rafting Laugarvatn - Educational & Service Centre - Hiking - Angling - Camping Thingvellir National Park - Nature watching - Hiking - Angling Westman Islands - Tourism Centre - Hiking - Boat Trips - Birdwatching - Whale watching Island Surtsey - Created 1963-1967

The number of hiking trails in Iceland is much greater than covered by this website. The shorter and more local ones are left out for the most part.  Tourist information centres all over the country offer brochures covering the local areas in much more detail.  Many of the longer trails tempt the hikers to prolong the hike by staying an extra day in one of the many mountain huts just to explore the immediate vicinity.

Remember:  Hikers only leave their footprints and only take memories back home!


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