Iceland

March 25th, 2021 by nathan Leave a reply »

A fantastic moon landscape awaits the tourists while hiking on Iceland. Fire and ice Iceland land of contrasts, the glaciers and volcanoes offers a unique nature. A paradise for hikers. Hiking on Iceland becomes a unique experience. In the background, glaciers, volcanoes and deserted fjords accompany the traveller. Clear rivers and streams traverse the country and create a true Idyll. The hue and cry of countless sea birds, which nest in the rugged cliffs, the wind crosses the impressive coastlines.

The rumbling water masses of the Guldfoss water falls make Iceland a true experience of nature. But not only the cold and icy waters of the North Atlantic is the hiking on Iceland. Bubbling geysers and hot springs for the Icelanders belong to everyday life, because they use the geothermal energy also to generate electricity. But also while hiking on Iceland, this hot springs will soon belong to everyday vacation. The promising steam you can find along the most remote paths, promises relaxation for body and soul. The sulphurous thermal springs in the wild are to enjoy due to their extreme temperatures however with some caution.

Some bathing areas of along major roads are marked or even with a small dressing room. Moreover, the water is often dammed in several cascades and you can choose the bath temperature. If only for a short trip to the hiking on island can use the famous Blue Lagoon outside the capital of Reykjavik. But a detailed map has one their way to the secluded and free alternatives that promise a private bathing pleasure in the fabulous scenery. A fantastic moon landscape awaits the tourists while hiking on Iceland. You will find scant remains of a forest, which almost completely disappeared due to strong clearing in the first centuries of settlement, just to the East of the volcano island. MOSS-covered lava rocks and lava fields dominate the landscape as well as the volcanoes themselves the charm. But not only the landscape features in the Hiking on Iceland by its uniqueness. Also historically, Iceland has much to offer. Informed it is not only about geological developments, but also about the fishing industry, one of the most important economic branches.

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