þórsmörk glacier valley.
4-5 hours ATV Tour
Quad bike (ATV) and adventure 4-5 hours
into Þórsmörk glacier valley
About this trip
On this quad bike (ATV) adventure into majestic Þórsmörk Mountain Range, we start by driving our quad bike (ATV) on black volcanic gravel mountain tracks and cross approx. 10 glacial rivers.
At the first stop we enjoy the amazing view up to Eyjafjallajökul volcano, Mýrdalsjökull glacier which is the home of Katla volcano and Tindfjallajökull glacier.
The next stop is Gígjökull glacier (Gígjökull drains north from the Eyjafjallajökull Icecap.) We will also hike up to Gígjökull glacier, where we observe the effects of the 2010 Eyjafjallajökull eruption.
The next stop is Stakkholtsgjá canyon., there we will take 1 hour easy hike. Stakkholtsgjá is a narrow, 2 km long and up to 100 meters deep canyon in Þórsmörk Nature Reserve.
The last stop is Nauthúsagil canyon, where we look at the Waterfall in the beautiful Nauthusagil canyon.
A valid driver’s license is required to drive a quad bike. Passengers must be 6 years old or older. Quad bikes (ATV) are automatic and easy to drive, so no experience is needed. The tour starts with a briefing and safety instructions. Additional 10.000 ISK are charged for a single ride, when odd numbers are booked (1, 3, 5, 7 …)
- June through late November
- 4-5 hours / 2.5 hours ATV driving
- 6 minutes drive from Seljalandsfoss waterfall on Road 249 Google MAP
- Pick up also available from Seljalandsfoss.
Price per person
- Quad bike (ATV) and adventure 4-5 hours
- Adults – Sharing a ATV ISK 41.900:
Adults – Solo on a ATV ISK 51.900:
Children 6-14 ISK 24.900:
- Private Tour – Only book once per group ISK 19.900
Remember to bring your camera, warm clothes, rain gear and sturdy shoes on all trips!
You have the option to pay a 20% deposit to reserve a date. The rest can be paid on the day of the tour.
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We reserve the right to alter the itinerary according to weather and road conditions.
Cancellations must be made 12 hours prior to departure.
No shows are fully charged.