✅ 4-hour Thorsmork Hike (Valley of Thor, Thunder God)
✅ Experience outstanding panoramic views whilst breathing fresh mountain air
✅ 3-hour Super Jeep driving
✅ Seljalandsfoss waterfall
✅ Experienced mountain guide
✅ Un-bridged river crossings
✅ Pick-up/drop-off in Hvolsvollur area (other pickup location on request)
Meeting point: Midgard Base Camp, Dufþaksbraut 14, Hvolsvöllur (see google map) or free pick-up at nearby hotels in the Hella / Hvolsvöllur area.
Departure time: 9:00 AM from the Midgard Base Camp. Swing by a little earlier for a nice cup of coffee or snack up at Midgard Base Camp! We can also pick you up at your accommodation in the area from 8:45- 9:15 (depending on your location)
Group size: Minimum of 4 pax / Maximum of 16 pax (In case of fewer bookings we will give you two choices: alternative trip or 100% refund)
What to wear: Comfortable clothing, hiking shoes, and warm clothes according to this area’s weather forecast!
Included: Professional guidance, pick-up/drop-off in Hvolsvollur / Hella area, beautiful sights and scenery
Get deep into the amazing Þórsmörk Mountain Reserve with a local expert. Four hours of hiking in a mind-blowing wilderness. Breathe in the fresh mountain air, enjoy the panoramic views and relish your personal “Wellness Day” in the valley of the Thunder God, mighty Thor.
Þórsmörk will provide you with an experience of a lifetime, surrounded as it is by the volcanic glaciers of Mýrdalsjökull, Tindfjallajökull, and Eyjafjallajökull (the one that erupted in 2010).
We, of course, stop by at some beautiful sceneries along the way too. Among them is Gígjökull, an outlet glacier from Eyjafjallajökull, and from where a major glacial flood came down during the 2010 eruption, changing the landscape dramatically.
We will drive between the sights in our specially adapted Super Jeeps which are capable of handling rough terrain and un-bridged rivers, thus experiencing the magnificent power and colors of nature, with canyons, hanging glaciers and glacial rivers all around, set amongst birch trees and vivid green moss-clad rocks.