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We hiked up to this glacier as it was a relatively quick and easy one at the end of the day, and it was worth the time and effort. We were not outfitted properly, so we only accessed into the glacier 3-5 minutes to checkout...More
We departed from Vik on a bumpy ride across lava fields to reach the staging spot near the glacier. Then, equipped with crampons and helmets (I had also rented walking poles) we set off on foot for a short but adventurous hike to the glacier....More
I'd recommend to see this glacier if you are in the hurry and want to see one quick. There is only about 15 minutes walk to the glacier and you can get really close! It is even possible to touch it! The huge advantage from...More
This was one of my absolute favorite stops. The glacier is just stunning. You can't help but just look around in awe at the amazing natural beauty offered here. Once in a lifetime photo opportunities. Cool little ice caves to walk through. The hike itself...More
Who knew an area near a glacier would be cold!! 😂
There is a nice little hiking trail that would be nice with older kids or kids you can fit in a carrier on a nice day. But on a windy/cold day, our 5 month...More
The vastness is breathtaking. We took a super Jeep tour of the Glacier and visited a really interesting ice cave and then climbed to the top of the rim and were able to slide down forty or so feet to the bottom of the hill.
We have join the local tour to visit the glacier. The off-road experience was very interesting. We had a very humorous tour guide, not only do the driving, we also felt like roller coaster as he purposely drove the van upwards and let it slide...More