A scenic hiking tour to the Reykjadalur vally that reveals plumes of steam, bubbling natural hot pools and trickling thermal creeks!
This guided hiking trip takes you on a hike to the hot springs in Reykjadalur. On this 7km hiking trail you will experience the unique geothermal area of Hengill volcano. At the end of the trail you will have the chance to relax in the natural hot springs which is an incredible experience!
Price per person150 EUR
Flight tickets are not included. Our travel advisors will gladly help you find the cheapest flights. The price above is based on 2 adults traveling together.
The adventure starts with a morning pick up from Reykjavik before heading out of the city traffic. PLEASE NOTE: Pick up times change between seasons. From 1st of April - 30th of September pick up will start at 08:00, from 1st of October - 31st of March pick up will start at 09:00.
After pickup, your hot spring hiking adventure starts by hiking up to Hveradalir valley from the small town of Hveragerdi, located in about 45 KM distance from Reykjavík. Hveragerdi is the town of natural hot springs and you can see steam rise from the earth at almost every corner around the populated area. The hike up to the naturally hot river where you will have the option to bath in takes about 45 minutes and the hiking path itself is in relatively good condition so the tour can be suitable for all over the age of 10 that are in a good physical condition. As this is a hiking tour we highly recommend good hiking shoes for this tour, these are essential during the winter months. Once you reach the place where hot water from the springs blends together with the cold spring water it is time to jump in and relax in the perfect temperature of the hot river, surrounded by magnificent landscape before making your way back down the valley to the starting point in Hveragerdi.
- Small group experience
- Reykjadalur, the hot springs valley
- Hellisheidi mountain range
- Bathe in a naturally hot river
- Hiking tour to Reykjadalur
- Local guide
- Bathing in a hot river
Please be aware
Remember to bring: Warm and waterproof outdoor clothing, head-wear, gloves, lunch, snacks, water bottle and last but not least - a bathing suit and towel! Good hiking shoes are recommended.