An accomplished Icelandic national football player, Guðmunda once knocked England out of the Euro tournament. And she’s a rugged coastline expert…
This is Guðmundur of North Iceland. His name is Guðmundur. He is a passionate outdoor sportsman and the manager of the ski area in Akureyri. When he’s not working you’ll find him golfing, skiing, fishing or even… singing? There’s a lot to do and discover in the North of Iceland and Guðmundur will help you with that.
The north of Iceland is truly a place of contrasts. Its long valleys and peninsulas are interspersed with mountains, lava fields and smooth hills carved out by rivers. As one nears the Arctic Circle in the northern latitudes, the midnight sun is invariably awe-inspiring.
AKUREYRI, HÚSAVÍK, SAUÐÁRKRÓKUR AND DALVÍK
AKUREYRI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, GRÍMSEY, HÚSAVÍK, SAUÐÁRKRÓKUR AND ÞÓRSHÖFN
AKUREYRI TOWN, ASKJA CALDERA, ÁSBYRGI CANYON, DETTIFOSS EUROPE‘S MOST POWERFUL WATERFALL, GOÐAFOSS WATERFALL, LAKE MÝVATN, HVÍTSERKUR CLIFF, VATNSNES PENINSULA, KOLUGLJÚFUR CANYON, BORGARVIRKI, LANGANES PENINSULA, GRÍMSEY ISLAND, HRÍSEY ISLAND, TROLL PENINSULA, KÁLFSHAMARSVÍK, VATNAJÖKULL NATIONAL PARK.
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