In the north of Iceland, just below the Arctic circle, there is a remote area of isolated fjords where people no longer live. It is a paradise for traveling birds that stay here for the summer and one of our favorite places of the north. After a ride from Akureyri along the coastline of Eyjafjörður, we leave the asphalt for a bumpy mountain road with plenty of little streams to ford. Where we leave the vehicle, we continue our journey on foot. We will hike from one fjord to another fjord over a saddle the mountains that is only accessible on foot. On this peaceful place we'll have lunch looking over the vibrant bird life in the most magnificent bay just by the polar circle.


Slow and bumpy ride with water crossings and changing sceneries

Hike from one remote fjord to another

View back in time and see how people lived in the most remote places

Bird life by the arctic shoreline

Difficult level

12km (8miles) and 400m (1200ft) elevation

What to bring

Hiking shoes, warm clothes, rain jacket and pants, hat and gloves, sunglasses and sun protection, lunch and water bottle, camera, small backpack.


Departure time: 8:00

Duration: 8-10 hours

Departure: Daily on request

Free pick-up: Akureyri hotels, guesthouses and airport

Available: July-August (Depending on the road conditions to the fjords)


Price: 26.500 ISK

Minimum on tour: 4

Included: Fully guided hike, pick-up and drop-off, transportation, hiking poles


Participants should be fit and up for a fairly challenging hike. We usually go off the beaten track and sometimes come across loose stones or patches of snow. If the weather conditions are too harsh, the operator reserves the right to cancel a tour. For safety reasons our guide can refuse customers who are not dressed well enough.