Witness the magical world inside of a glacier on this once-in-a-lifetime journey. Recently opened tunnels, carved into the most stable part of Europe’s second largest glacier, Langjökull, make this unbelievable opportunity possible.
You will meet your group and guide at Húsafell, or a point closer to the glacier if you have a four-wheel-drive vehicle and are visiting in summer. Once gathered, you will get into an impressive, all-terrain, eight-wheel-drive monster truck, and head up the slopes of Langjökull glacier, over an ethereal world of ice and snow.
The passing scenery on this drive is magnificent, so keep your camera close at hand. The landscapes unfolding beneath you stunning, and the endless surface of the glacier so barren and beautiful that it seems otherworldly.
You will reach the entrance to the ice tunnels. So put your crampons on and head into the blue and white world inside the icecap. For an hour, you will follow your experienced guide as they tell you all about Iceland’s glaciers, how they are changing and how these incredible tunnels were created.
Iceland is the only place in the world where such impressive passages into the ice have been built for the purpose of welcoming visitors. While natural ice caves do form on the lower parts of other glaciers during winter, they are notoriously unreliable due to flooding, and often too unstable to enter. Conversely, the ice tunnel in Langjökull is open year-round, and accessible in all but the most tumultuous of weather conditions.
The tunnel is well lit throughout, and the ground is relatively even, so this tour is more than doable for anyone comfortable on their feet for an hour or so. Whether young or old, fit or unfit, the Langjökull ice tunnel is sure to blow you away.
Once you have enjoyed the incredible beauty here, you will jump back in your vehicle for a return journey to Húsafell center.
Don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Buckle up for a fascinating and magnificent ice-tunnel experience. Check availability by choosing a date.
Please note that the mountain road 550 which connects both Húsafell and Þingvellir National Park to Klaki base camp is a rough gravel road ONLY suitable for 4×4 vehicles during summer (1st of June to 15th of October) and that it is closed in the winter.
Please take the shuttle from Húsafell if you do not have a 4×4 vehicle. If you are traveling outside of the summer months (16th of October-31st of May), the shuttle transfer is included.