The Iceland Traverse: North to South

celand is aptly known as the “land of ice and fire.” The island country is home to glaciers, volcanos, waterfalls, lava fields, hot springs, and black sand beaches. Its incredibly varied natural landscape also provides plenty of challenging, yet rewarding hikes. The Iceland Traverse is not one trail, but encompasses several routes going north-south or east-west across the country. This trail profile will highlight the longest north-to-south Iceland Traverse, an approximately 340-mile route beginning at the northernmost lighthouse of Hraunhafnartangi and ending at the southernmost lighthouse, … Continue reading The Iceland Traverse: North to South