Glacier Snowmobile & Into the Glacier Tour from Húsafell & Klaki

TOUR ID: HUS-SNOW1 & HUS-SNOW2 KLAKI

Picture yourself driving a snowmobile across the surface of Iceland’s second largest glacier, Langjökull, and venturing down the largest man-made ice tunnel in the world!

LANGJÖKULL GLACIER

That’s just what you’ll do on this truly amazing adventure. With expert guidance from start to finish, you’ll first snowmobile atop the snowy expanse of an Icelandic glacier before exploring Into the Glacier’s man-made tunnel into the blue heart of Langjökull for a one-of-a-kind experience. It’s a fantastic adventure that won’t soon be forgotten.

Anyone 18 years or older with a driver’s license can take part in this once in a lifetime adventure and an experienced guide will lead the tour and also teach the basics of operating a snowmobile.

GLACIER SNOWMOBILE DRIVE

If you travel from Reykjavik you will reach Húsafell after about two hours. Here you can grab a bite, use the restroom, and stretch your legs. After a short break, continue driving towards Langjökull Glacier Klaki Basecamp  (“the long glacier”), the second-largest glacier in Iceland, where our snowmobile adventure takes place.

Once we arrive at our basecamp, the guide will introduce you to all the equipment you’ll use. You don’t need any prior snowmobiling experience. You’ll need a driver’s license if you intend on driving the snowmobile. The guide will show you how to operate the snowmobile. After a short safety briefing, you’ll be ready to roll!

DRIVE TO LANGJÖKULL ICE TUNNEL

Snowmobiling is a thrilling experience. You’ll drive on glowing white snow that endlessly stretches out in front of you. Langjokull Glacier is ever-changing, with deep moulins, craggy crevasses, and mesmerizing ice falls that shape the landscape. You’ll spend around 40 minutes riding across the top of the ice cap before we explore the heart of the glacier.

Langjökull Ice cave

Langjökull is Iceland's second largest glacier. Despite its size not many river directly originate from there. The glacier is shrinking quite fast and covers 2 volcanic systems. Volcanically the region is relatively quiet.

SEASON: 1st of JUNE - SEPT 15th

LEVEL: EASY

SLEIGH RIDE DURATION: 1 HOUR

DURATION: 4-5 HOURS / 2.5-3.5 HOURS

PICK UP HÚSAFELL: 10:00

PICK UP KLAKI: 11:00

MINIMUM:  2 PERS.

DEPART FROM: HÚSAFELL / KLAKI

DEPARTURES

Departure from Húsafell

Departure from Klaki

100% refund if cancelled minimum 24 hours before tour

WHAT TO BRING

Warm outdoor clothes

Headwear and gloves

Packed lunch (recommended)

A valid driver’s license to drive the snowmobile

SERVICE INCLUDED

Transfer from Húsafell to Klaki Basecamp

Snowmobile tour and gear

Experienced snowmobile guide

Entrance to Into the Glacier Man Made Ice Cave

SERVICE NOT INCLUDED

Meals

IMPORTANT

Please note that Langjökull Glacier Klaki Basecamp is only accessible by 4x4 vehicles. If you do not have access to 4x4 vehicles please book the tour from Húsafell.

The price of the tour is for one person when sharing a snowmobile between two people. If you travel solo or if there’s an odd number of travelers, you must book a solo snowmobile for an additional fee.

If you’re traveling solo but don’t have a valid driving license, you can book a guide to operate the snowmobile for an additional cost.

Please note that a valid drivers license is required to operate a snowmobile.
Standard price includes a snowmobile ride sharing a two-person snowmobile. If you are solo traveller / rider you must upgrade before the tour to a solo snowmobile.

WHAT TO WEAR

Dress according to the weather. Please wear/bring warm, comfortable clothing and waterproof outer layer, sturdy hiking boots, gloves and wool/fleece hat. Note jeans and sneakers are not recommended, good sturdy shoes are vital. Lunch and snacks can be bought during tour but are not included.

PLEASE NOTE

In Iceland all itineraries are designed to be flexible taking weather conditions into account. We reserve the right to change your itinerary or cancel it with your safety in mind. At Amazing tours your safety is our priority. All glacier and adventure trips are undertaken on the responsibility of its participants. Participants must be aware that all outdoor activities carry an inherit risk and are undertaken entirely at their own risk. Amazing Tours does not assume any responsibility for accidents that are caused by its customers or can be traced to their own actions. By confirming you agree to our terms.

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