Snowmobile tour from Gullfoss Café - AA10

Exciting glacier exploration - Langjokull Glacier

This tour offers unbelievable views and an exhilarating environment, going snowmobiling across Iceland’s second largest glacier! We pick you up at Gullfoss Café (on the Golden Circle) and take you to the glacier where you take an adventure on the glacier.

Duration: ~4-5 hours

Pick-up: 12:15

Available: All year

Age limit: 8 years

Tour Highlights:
  • Small group experience
  • Glacier Snowmobiling
  • Supertruck experience
  • Langjokull Glacier

Required: Drivers need to bring their drivers licence.

Included: One hour snowmobile ride, snowmobiling equipment, overalls, two people sharing a snowmobile (you can buy a single rider extra)

Single rider extra: 6 000 ISK per single rider.

Bring with you: Warm clothes, hiking/snow shoes (and drivers licence). Lunch or snacks

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24 990 per adult

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Tour Description

snowmobile tour from gullfoss

A super truck will drive you from Gullfoss Café

We will begin your snowmobiling adventure by collecting you from Gulfoss café: next to the majestic Gulfoss Waterfall (Golden waterfall). From there we will take the scenic journey to Langjökull glacier: a wonderful way to see a wild and untouched part of Iceland. Once we arrive at our mobile glacier base camp, you will be provided with all the equipment that you need to go snowmobiling: overalls, gloves and a helmet, but even so remember to dress up warm! Then you will meet your certified glacier guide, who will teach you how to operate a snowmobile safely, before you can officially get out onto the Glacier.

The Glacier Snowmobiling From Gullfoss tour is a scenic and fun glacier tour and perfect for those that have their own car and can meet us directly at Gullfoss!

snowmobile tour on langjokull glacier

Get your adrenaline pumping on the glacier!

Langjökull (The Long Glacier) will quite literally take your breath away: it is gigantic, whilst at the same time being completely devoid of human life; Langjökull, is the very definition of unspoilt beauty. Langjökull, is covered in a blanket of perfect white snow, and is home to several huge ice-filled volcanic craters, which contrast magnificently with the commanding volcanoes that surround the glacier: when you see Langjökull you will understand why Iceland is nicknamed the land of fire and ice.

The views from the edges of Langjökull, are no less stunning: in this distance you will see the Eiríksjökull glacier, created during a volcanic eruption in the last ice age, it is the largest table mountain in Iceland and the largest mountain in western Iceland. You will also see the Hofsjökull glacier (temple glacier), so named due to its beautiful domed peek. Between these two amazing glaciers lies the Kerlingarfjöll mountain range, one of the largest geothermal areas in all of Europe: the Kerlingarfjöll Mountains are famous for how colourful they are and provide a remarkable contrast to the two glaciers.

An hour spent snowmobiling on the Langjökull will be an unforgettable experience: providing exhilarating fun against one of the world’s most unique backdrops. It is perfect for anyone who has their own car and is able meet us directly at Gullfoss.

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Let's have some fun!

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Read customer reviews

From Gullfoss Cafe - Rated 5/5 based on 1 customer reviews

Awesome experience

5 by Mike 2018-03-09
Guides were constantly keeping track of everyone out on the skis, felt safe the whole time, even in the insane winds on the glacier. Such a great experience!!
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Disclaimer: all glacier and adventure trips are undertaken on the responsibility of its participants. Extreme Iceland does not assume any responsibility for accidents that are caused by its customers or can be traced to their own actions. Participants have to sign a waiver before undertaking all trips stating that they realize that all outdoor activities carry an inherit risk.