This adrenaline-pumping tour will take you on a snowmobile ride through Iceland’s iconic Trollaskagi Peninsular (troll peninsular) famed for its mighty mountains and deep valleys. As its name suggests, it is a place of myth and legend – with a host of fascinating sights that have ancient Norse mythology attached to them. There is nothing like exploring this beautiful, slightly supernatural world on a snowmobile and this heart-pounding tour is bound to appeal to a wide range of people.
Duration: 3 Hours
Pick-up: 11:00 AM
Group maximum: 7 Participants
Available: All Year
Age limit: 18 Years Old
- Snowmobiling on Glacier
- Small Group Experience
- Trollaskagi Peninsula
Required: A valid driving license.
Included: All necessary snowmobile gear and safety equipment (helmet, jetwear, monosuit, gloves, footwear, and avalanche sliders)
Bring with you: Thermals (top and bottom), warm outdoor clothing. Lunch or snacks
The day begins when we meet at our snowmobiling base on the famous troll peninsular, where our friendly guide will provide us with all the equipment that we need, including – helmets, jetwear, monosuits, gloves, footwear, and avalanche sliders. Then they will give you a quick lesson on how to use the snowmobile and provide you with any relevant safety information. The snowmobiles are easy to operate and can be used by beginners and experts alike.
From there we will head out onto the slopes of the Troll Peninsular for a pulsating three-hour ride across a spectacular and diverse landscape that everyone is sure to appreciate. Our expert guide will be with us all the time, to make sure we see the hidden areas of natural beauty that lie off the beaten track and to tell us about all the fascinating things that we are seeing. Trollaskagi is an area without compare and much less visited than many other places in Iceland – making it ideal for anyone who wants an authentic experience in the land of fire and ice. This coupled with the exhilarating fun of operating a snowmobile makes this tour perfect for thrill seekers, adrenaline junkies and those who just want to appreciate some stunning natural beauty.