Nautastigur is a mountaineering trekking tour with Glacier Adventure
This is a day trip in the mountains around Hali. This is a perfect day for your group to spend outside in the mountains and get a feel-good guidance through the magical landscape Iceland has to offer. And at the same time get to know the local and almost forgotten history about the bulls that were kept in the valley of Hvannadalur in the past.
This trekking rout has a lot of variety of landscape and includes an amazing drive through Kálfafellsdalur. Crossing glacier rivers and driving on rough paths.Read More
We can expect to see some wild life on our journey, such as reindeer, rock ptarmigan and sheep’s.
This mountain trekking fit´s most hiking groups. It is around 12 km, total elevation gain 650 m and usually done in 6 – 8 hours.
After the tour your group will have access to the barn where you can BBQ and have a nice group gathering after the tour. If the group would like we can arrange food for the night or yoga the day after.
When: 1. May – 15. September
Age limit: 12 year +
Departure place: GA Base Camp – Hali í Suðursveit
Length of trip: 8-10 hour.
Walking distance: 14 km
Difficult level: Medium
Max group size: 10-20 pax
Departure time: 9:00 from GA Base Camp
-Guided trip with local guide
-Super jeep ride from Hali
-Super jeep ride from Steinadalur back to Hali
-BBQ in Hali
-Day back pack – For extra cloths and lunch
-Good hiking shoes that your used to use yourself
– Base layer – Marino wool – for upper body and lower body ( depending on weather )
– Jacket, such as soft shell or flees
– Hiking pants
– Prima loft jacket
– Rain layer, such as Gore-Tex jacket or Gore-Tex pants. – Good for rain and wind
– Hiking socks – good to have one extra pair with you
– Hiking poles
- – Lunch for the day
– Sun glasses
– Something for blisters, Vaseline, bandage, blister kit
– Toilet paper, and plastic bag for garbage.
– Hat or buff for the head
- – Sun protection
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