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Bus Ticket & Hiking Pass to Landmannalaugar, Laugavegur & Fimmvorduhals from Reykjavik

A beautiful mountain and green meadow in the Laugavegur hiking area.
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Reykjavík, Iceland
1 hour
Jul. - Sep.
Minimum age
14 years old


Enjoy a beautiful hike at your own pace through Iceland’s most popular walking routes with this self-guided hiking pass and round-trip bus tickets from Reykjavik. Anyone who wants to visit the Landmannalaugar, Laugavegur, and Fimmvorduhals hiking areas, in South Iceland, without a guide or a walking group should purchase this great value travel pass today. 

In addition to entry to the hiking areas, the hiking pass includes bus transfers between the BSI Reykjavik Bus Terminal and the starting point of your chosen route. Travelers can choose which hiking trek they want to follow and book a place on the bus to their preferred destination. The bus transfer destinations available are the hot spring area of Landmannalaugar, the village of Skogar, and the Thorsmork valley. You can choose which areas you want to have as the starting point of your hike — simply book the bus and get on board!

The pass then grants you access to three of the most popular hiking trails in Iceland: Landmannalaugar, the Laugavegur trail and the Fimmvorduhals trail. It also includes a return trip back to Reykjavik.

The Laugavegur trail is the single most-visited hiking trail in Iceland, with over 8,000 annual visitors. The path connects the Landmannalaugar hot spring area to the Thorsmork valley. The route is roughly 34 miles (approximately 54 kilometers) long, so it should take you three to four days to complete.

On this spectacular trail, you’ll cross over three rivers and see an enormous diversity of landscapes. There are mountains and valleys, glaciers, hot springs, volcanoes, and forests. It’s a gorgeous area, so make sure you bring your camera!

The Fimmvorduhals trail leads from Thorsmork to Skogar, so you can add this to the end of the Laugavegur trail if you want a longer trek. This route is 14 miles (about 22 kilometers) long. You can probably complete this extra part of the route in about 10 hours — but remember, you’re going at your own pace, so you can split this over two days if you prefer. 

This hiking pass is a fantastic choice for travelers who want to enjoy Landmannalaugar, Laugavegur, and Fimmvorduhals at their own pace. The hikes themselves will be self-guided, and you’ll need to carry all your food, clothes, and camping gear for the duration of the trek.

The hiking pass is only valid in the summer months, so you’ll need to use it between June 15 and September 11. However, within this timeframe, you are free to spend as long as you like hiking in the breathtaking areas of Landannalaugar, Laugavegur, and Fimmvorduhals.

Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity to explore some of the most beautiful hiking areas in South Iceland at a pace that suits you, with no need for a guide. Check availability now by choosing a date.

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Bus transfer between Reykjavik and the start and end points of your hike
Free Wi-Fi on board the bus
Entrance to the Laugavegur and Fimmvorduhals hiking areas



What to bring

A print-out of your voucher — you’ll need to exchange it for your hiking passport at the BSI Bus Terminal
Warm, winter clothes
Sturdy hiking boots
Meals and beverages for the duration of your hike
Hiking gear
Camping equipment

Good to know

This is a self-guided hiking tour. The pass grants you entry to the hiking areas and includes bus transfer.

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