wHAT SHOULD i BRING?

You’ve booked a tour with us but you want to know what’s included and what you should bring with you.

Safety Equipment: With all of our tours the safety equipment is included. We have helmets, harnesses, ice axes and crampons that we give to you for the tour. We also have larger harnesses and crampons and smaller harnesses and crampons for those that need them. 

Shoes. We suggest that you wear good hiking boots, ideally with ankle support for these tours. We have boots to rent should you need them for 1000isk. These can be booked in advance or on location. 

Clothing. We always recommend warm and waterproof clothing no matter which season you are traveling with us. Weather in Iceland can be unpredictable and can change quickly. We recommend hats, gloves, and scarves to cover the extremities. We do have some waterproof clothing that can be rented on location however there is a limited number.

Food and drink. If you are taking a half day tour with us, we recommend bringing water and snacks. If you are taking a full day tour with us we recommend bringing water too. Both of our meeting locations are in the vicinity of food outlets, however they sometimes open after the tour would have departed so we suggest getting something the night before. 

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