Do you want to test the strength of the Icelandic horse? Are you an experienced rider? Then these tours are for you! We ride on excellent riding paths across stunning lava fields, crossing Kalda River, around Mount Helgafell or into Heidmork Nature Park.
A riding tour from Reykjavik for experienced riders.
- Horse riding tour
- Icelandic horses
- Heidmork Nature Park
- Lava fields and mountains
Departures: Daily at 10:00 on location
Pickup: The pickup begins at 09:00 and can take up to 30 minutes. See booking engine for pickup prices.
Meet on location:
Please show up at least 30 minutes before departure.
Address: Sörlaskeið 26, 220 Hafnarfjordur
Click here for a map.
You cannot take any backpacks or bags with you on the ride but there are safety boxes at the Riding Center where you can store your valuables.
Maximum weight for a rider is 110kg/242lb
Bring with you: Warm clothes, sturdy shoes. We recommend that you bring warm gloves and a thin hat that can fit under the riding helmet.
Children (12-15): 50% off
If you are staying downtown Reykjavik please read this information about pickup.
The Viking Tour starts with an introductory ride into the lava fields surrounding Mt. Helgafell volcano to the old Kaldársel sheep corral, or to Lake Hvaleyrarvatn through lava fields and across beautiful hillsides. You will soon be well acquainted with both the horses and your surroundings.
Next we head straight back into the adventure of exploring the Reykjanes preservation area. We cross the Kaldá River, ride around the old volcano Mt. Helgafell or into the beautiful Heiðmörk Nature Park with all its strange lava formations and the ancient Gjáarrétt sheep corral, made from lava stones.
View rough lava fields and look for different formations in the lava, maybe you will be able to spot a troll or two.
Choice of route depends on the season and the weather conditions.
Something easier: Lava Tour - easy horse riding
For the family: Family Adventure - Horse riding for all family members
The Black Lava Tour: Horse riding & lava tube caving