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Icelandic Forest Research HQ

At Mógilsá, 21 km from Reykjavík Centre Around the research station you... more

Vatnshorn native birchwoods

(30 km SE of Borgarnes, partly difficult road) The tallest growing natural... more

Tumastaðir Forest

(9 km E of Hvolsvöllur, road 261) Varied forest with open areas and easy... more

Thorsmork Native Birchwoods

Spectacular nature reserve with varied landscapes and expanding birchwoods The... more

Thjorsardalur Forest

Ideal forest area for outdoor activities and recreation A variety of forest... more

Historical Pine Grove at Thingvellir

At the UNESCO Heritage Site Thingvellir you will find the historical pine... more

Kirkjubaejarklaustur Grove

The forest at Kirkjubaejarklaustur was planted by the families at... more

Mulakot Arboretum

In Mulakot you will find a nice arboretum with rare species Spectacular scenery... more

Laugarvatn Forest

Considerable forest area, nice mixture of birch shrubs and planted tree... more

Haukadalur Forest

Interesting recreation forest with marked hiking trails and a path specially... more

Nupsstadur Forest

The Nupsstadur Forest is in the eastern slopes of Mt Eystrafjall, to the east... more

Reykjarholsskogur

About Reykjarholsskogur This forest is located to the southwest of hamlet... more

Thrastarskogur

About Thrastarskogur Mr Tryggvi Gunnarsson, a renowned businessman and a... more

Vaglaskogur

About Vaglaskogur Vaglaskogur is the second largest forest of the country It... more

Hamraskogar

Hamraskogar The Hamraskogar Forest is a patch of wood to the north of the... more

Holaskogur

About Holaskogur Holaskogur (The Forested Mounds) is a deforested area of the... more

Hallormsstadur

About Hallormsstadur The Hallormsstadur forest is the largest in the country... more