Advanced snowmobile seekers! Are you looking for some major excitement and want to ride in the Icelandic Highlands? Then this is the tour for you – our advanced snowmobile trip.
Day 1: Airport pick up
We’ll pick you up at the Airport and start our journey to your accommodation where your Highland adventure for the next 6 days begins.
4 full days of Snowmobile adventure
We love to ride! It’s not a job, it’s an adventure. We’ll take you where the locals ride!
If you’re an experienced sledder and want to test your ability while exploring new terrain, let us take you where we ride on our days off.
We’ll show you how to play safely in the mountain terrain while you explore some amazing sledding areas. This is not a follow-the-leader type trip; we’ll take you on an adventure! Each day your experienced guide will take you out for an advanced snowmobiling expedition.
Depending on weather and ground conditions, our guide will decide where it’s best to go each day. By doing this, we can offer you the best day possible of snowmobiling adventure. You’re guaranteed to find the best snow and least crowded trails!
All our guides are fully trained in First Aid and Avalanche Terrain and Rescue.
Groups are kept small, 5 sleds per guide so the trip moves right along.
Day 6: Activity day - Reykjavík
Since we make weather and ground conditions decide where it’s best to spend each snowmobile day, we’ll find on our last day an activity depending on those circumstances. Whether it’s hiking, sightseeing or a nice long geothermal bath, we’ll do something fun! Hence, marking the sixth and final day as an activity day before we arrive to Reykjavík capital.
What to bring:
Please check our equipment list in FAQ´s
– Snowmobile single ride
– Insulated cover-all
– Snowmobile balaclava face mask
What’s not included
– Lunch and snacks for the day
Note: Price does not include accommodation. Please contact us for accommodation recommendation and we’ll advice you on where it’s best to stay
Age limit: 20 years
A valid international driver’s license is required when driving a snowmobile.
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We are crazy about Super Jeeps and would be thrilled to teach you how to do operate these monsters!
In our 4 days and 3 nights Super Jeep course we explore the Highlands, squeezing every single horsepower out of our Super Jeeps!!
Day 1. Transfer and workshop
- Pick up at your accommodation in Reykjavik/Hvolsvöllur area (we recommend an early pick up)
- Drive to the south coast where the Super Jeeps await us!
- Workshop on the logistics and a bit of Super Jeep magic; learning the tricks of the trade!
- Dinner and a meeting where we'll go over our plans and check the weather forecast for the next 3 days.
The first day is to get to know each other and the Super jeeps.
Day 2. Þórsmörk
Our journey is the beautiful valley of Þórsmörk. During winter the paths are often full of snow or covered with frost of brilliant shine! It's a once in a lifetime experience to work your way through the rough roads towards the Valley of Thor.
Þórsmörk is an incredibly beautiful nature reserve, situated in the heart of South Iceland nestled between the glaciers Eyjafjallajökull, Mýrdalsjökull and Tindfjallajökull. As we work our way through various glacial rivers there is a good change on us getting stuck! Fortunately your expert Super Jeep tutor will teach you hand on how to get loose!
On this day you'll definitely get the taste of what these awesome 4x4 machines can do!
Day 3. Fjallabak
On the third day we search for snow!
We head towards the mountain road F210. That road leads us to Fjallabak nature reserve. You'll learn many valuable techniques, one of them being how to deflate tires to more easily plow through the snow.
Day 4. Eyjafjallajökull and Reykjavik
We spend our last day on Eyjafjallajökull. The famous glacier that erupted in 2010 causing massive flight problems all over Europe!
We'll drive up the slopes of the glacier and on our way take in the astonishing view over the whole South coast of Iceland, including the Westman-Islands.
After an adventurous day of Super Jeep fun on the glacier we head towards your accommodation in Reykjavik/Hvolsvöllur area.
This tour is operated January-March and October-November each year. Feel free to send us an inquiry if you prefer a different date and we'll see if ground- and weather conditions are suitable for such an adventure.
What to bring:
Warm outdoor clothing, waterproof jacket and pants, head-wear, gloves, lunch and/or snacks. Appropriate hiking boots/shoes are required.
– Lunch pack for each day
Age limit: 20 years
A valid international driver’s license is required to drive a snowmobile.
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We dedicate ourselves to providing outstanding personalized service in customizing tours and accommodating pre-designed tours according to our customers needs and wishes.
All adventures and glacier tours are undertaken on the responsibility of its participants. Southcoast Adventure does not assume any responsibility for accidents that are caused by its customers or can be traced to their own actions. All customers are to realize that all outdoor activities carry an inherent risk.
Suitable for most people in fair condition. You have to be able to walk on uneven surface and hike for at least 2 – 3 hours at a slow pace, with breaks. Trails are generally of good quality and glacier travel at a relatively low angle.
Suitable for those in good condition who are able to walk for about 4 hours at a low or moderate pace. Trails are generally of good quality and glacier travel at a relatively low angle.
For someone in good hiking condition and with experience of hiking. Trails generally in fair conditions but some parts of the tour might be off track. Glacier/snow travel can be on uneven ground with challenging sections. Increased distance. We recommend guests have the ability to cover 12km a day on rugged trails and snow.
Only a few of our trips are defined as Demanding. Hence most of our tours are rated Easy, Moderate or Challenging.
Demanding tours are for someone in very good hiking and physical condition. Trails generally in fair conditions but large sections of the tour might be off track. Glacier/snow travel on uneven ground with some challenging sections. Increased distance. we recommend guests have the ability to cover 20+ km a day on uneven trails and snow. A significant increase in elevation and some technical difficulty should be expected.