Glacier Snowmobiling Tour from Reykjavík – Difficulty ⅖ Rating: Easy
Iceland is often called the land of perpetual winter and everywhere you look, you’re met with the stunning whitescapes of snow and ice. From the world famous Northern Lights to the hot springs of Geysir, Iceland has got a lot to offer for the adventurer and thrill seeker.
With the abundance of snow for the greater part of the year, it’s inevitable that snowmobiling is one of the most popular activities you can enjoy when you come to Iceland. Do you have a need for speed, a love for perfect scenery? There’s no better place to indulge in both these activities than Iceland.
Snowmobiling on a glacier is a unique opportunity you surely don’t want to miss. This trip will take you to one of Europe’s largest glaciers, the 2nd in actual fact. You will be picked up from a local hotel in Reykjavik and go on the short drive to Langjökull glacier. Once there, you will receive a short safety briefing and suit up for the ride of your life. The adventure of a lifetime awaits as soon as you step onto the ice cap.
Adrenaline junkie or snowmobile first timer, this glacier snowmobiling tour will provide the kicks you need. You can take this as a standalone activity or combine it with the other activities Iceland has to offer. Whether you’re a solo adventurer (you can ride solo if you prefer to purchase the solo rider ticket) or travelling with friends, all you need is a driving license to enjoy the ride.
This tour invites you to heed the call of the wild. To come out and enjoy the exhilarating experience of snowmobiling on Europe’s second largest glacier, Langjökull. All you need is a driving license and you’re all set to become part of the thousands who have been here Book your slot today.
The Glacier Snowmobiling tour is approximately 7 hours in duration. The difficulty rating for this activity is Easy because it does not involve heavy physical activity.
Pick up from your accommodation is available for the morning trip. The minimum age for participants is 7 years. You will need a valid driving license to take control of the snowmobile.
For your comfort and enjoyment of the snowmobiling activity, wearing warm outdoor clothes is recommended. Also select a pair of sturdy hiking boots
If you want a single ride just for you, or you’re travelling as an individual then you must book with the single ride supplement
One hell of a ride with the added awesomeness of the off-road truck driving up the glacier. Great adventure nature kicks! Solo riding is recommended for the snowmobiling part for sure.
First time gone full time 🙂 The glacier snowmobile tour was an eye-opener for my wife and I. We'd never been snowmobiling before, but after this trip, we have vowed to go snowmobiling wherever we can. Thanks Nature Kicks and thank you to our guide too.
Amazing! Didn't know what to expect with this snowmobiling glacier ride, but boy was I looking forward to it. Adrenaline. Fun. Adrenaline. What more can I say! It delivered on more than I expected.
You will find the answers to some of the commonly asked questions about our Snowmobile Tour from Reykjavik.
How Old Do I Need To Be To ride A Snowmobile?
A valid driving license is a requirement to be at the controls of a snowmobile. This would be a minimum of 16 years in most countries. To be a passenger we allow children from 7 years and older only.
Do You Provide Any Riding Clothes?
We provide complimentary overalls, warm riding gloves, safety helmet and a winter balaclava for your comfort.
Do I need to bring anything else?
We recommend warm outdoor clothing to go underneath the winter overalls in addition to strong waterproof hiking boots.
How long is the activity?
You will enjoy at least an hour of wild glacier snowmobiling. Our guides reserve the right to cut the trip short in case of bad weather and other safety concerns.
Things to remember:
• Odd numbers on snowmobiling will need to book the Single Ride Snowmobile
• If you want to ride solo, please book this option during your booking
• A valid drivers licence to operate snowmobile
Prepare for the ride of your life by ensuring you wear warm, waterproof outdoor clothes including gloves. All the safety gear you will need to enjoy the experience will be provided, including overalls and helmets. The activity is open to young adventurers too, with a minimum age of seven years old. This tour is in high demand so don’t delay in booking your slot today.
Legal Disclaimer: Nature Kicks or the guides will not be held responsible for any accidents which may occur during the activities that are deemed to be the result of participant’s actions. We require you to sign a waiver prior to embarking on the tour accepting the risks associated with participating in these activities.
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