Snowshoeing through history
We invite you to join us on a snowshoeing journey through the history of the northernmost fjords of Iceland, while listening to stories about the often harsh living conditions that ruled survival and events that shaped the history of the region in the 20th century.
Walk with us on a two hour tour in the white solitude of Héðinsfjörður, home to generations of North Icelanders. While Siglufjörður became the happening town of Iceland at the start of the 20th century, the farmers in its neighboring Héðinsfjörður continued its rural agricultural existence. In both regions, winters could be unforgiving, and the history of region is a fascinating reminder of the stubbornness and perseverance that characterized Iceland for centuries. We will snowshoe through this beautiful area, sharing stories of generations past.
Snowshoeing – a fun activity for everyone!
Snowshoeing is the perfect winter activity for adventurous explorers. It is a great, low-impact winter exercise and an accessible, fun activity that all ages and ability levels can enjoy together. The only requirement is that you like walking and the outdoors.
Snowshoes provide accessibility to hiking trails and walks difficult to navigate in winter conditions. After a short introduction, you are good to go.
Would you like to experience the landscapes of he Troll peninsula in a fun, safe and accessible way? Join us for a 2 hour tour through history!
Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday at 10AM
Daily upon request
4 pax minimum for departure.
Adults 8.900 Isk
Children (8 – 14 yrs) 4.900 Isk
Included in tour:
Showshoes and poles
What to bring:
Sturdy hiking boots or shoes
Warm, layered clothing
Mittens and hat
Sun glasses or ski goggles