Summer days in the highland can be memorable, being in the wast wilderness, enjoying the sound of nature, birds singing, eventually some animals such as sheep or foxes, wind and the water flowing in the rivers.
In Kerlingarfjöll one can add the experience of climbing one of the mountains to eventually see larger part of the Island or hike into the narrow dales or canyons to see noting but the sky above and hear nothing but the roaring steam geysers.
The area offers more things, walking along the Jökulfall gorge, take a longer hike around the Mountains or eventually towards the Hofsjökull Glacier.
And then to end the day by taking a short hike to the outdoor pool, which is soem 1,5 Km upstream from the highland center.
Beautiful marked and unmarked hiking routes suitable for all. Whether it's heading for the mountain tops or exploring one of the biggest geothermal areas in Iceland you can be certain that Kerlingarfjoll will take you by surprise. The hiking routes that are listed here are only the main routes and we will gladly assist you with information on other routes.