With many beautiful hiking trails, hills, and mountains, Iceland is a great place to go hiking.
However, as Icelandic weather is unpredictable, you might have problems with un-walkable trails and fogs.
Where to go hiking in Iceland?
There are several places for hiking in Iceland.
Hiking to Glymur waterfall, Iceland’s second tallest waterfall, is my favorite. I was there half a day, walking around the area and exploring nature. I also love the hike to Fjaðrárgljúfur Canyon, a breathtaking canyon in the South of Iceland.
3. Observing the Northern Lights
The Northern Lights is always on the bucket list of things most visitors in Iceland would like to experience.
From September to the middle of April, when the sky is dark, you may see Northern lights when traveling to Iceland.
It depends on the weather, on the clouds, on your luck if you can observe the auroras. Thus, you should check the aurora forecast and cloud forecast to check it in advance.
Search for cheap flights to Iceland with Skyscanner
4. Watching the sunset at Seljalandsfoss waterfall
Seljalandsfoss waterfall is one of the must-visit places in Iceland. In addition to the front view, you can walk behind Seljalandsfoss and have a great look through it.
Notably, when the sun is going down in the late afternoon, watching the sunset at Seljalandsfoss is one of the most incredible things to do in Iceland.