Rugged wilderness, rough roads and glacial rivers

Þórsmörk is a beautiful Nature Reserve and a “must see” during your stay in Iceland. It is a favorite among hikers as it offers good access to endless hiking trails in beautiful volcanic landscape, with views over the three glaciers; Eyjafjallajökull, Mýrdalsjökull and Tindfjallajökull.

Getting here is an adventure in itself and part of the way is driven in a specially equipped mountain bus that takes you into the rugged wilderness, safely crossing rough roads and glacial rivers.

Arriving in Þórsmörk, the bus stops at the Volcano Huts in Húsadalur, where there is a restaurant and you can get information about the best hiking trails in the area. From there you can easily access the hiking trails and spend the day walking along marked trails in the beautiful volcanic landscape of Þórsmörk.

Those who would rather relax and take it easy during the stop in Þórsmörk will find plenty of sights close to the bus stop in Húsadalur and can even head for the sauna and small pool, before heading back with the bus at 4pm.

Join us on this tour to Þórsmörk and experience beautiful scenery, mountain roads and river crossings, hiking and nature discovery in one of the most beautiful places in Iceland.

Tour duration: 08:00 - 19:35

14.000 ISK Teenagers 12-15 years (free)
Children 0-11 years (free)

This tour is not bookable right now

Tour availability

1 MAY 30 SEP

Available days:

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Tour details

Duration: 12 hours


Tour ID: IOYO9-9a

Guidance:  English

Additional information:
Pick up & drop off is not available.
Please note that passengers are responsible for getting on the return bus from Húsadalur, Þórsmörk at 16:00.

What's included

  • Return bus fare
  • Audio guidance

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Thorsmork nature reserve is undeniably one of the most beautiful locations in Iceland located between three glaciers. A truly magical place to visit, with arctic vegetion, wonderful rock formations and surroundings where the Icelandic mythology of elves and trolls comes to life.