Mountaineers of Iceland are a proud supporter of the Icelandic formula off-road team, Guttinn Reborn. The Icelandic formula off-road is a Motorsport invented in Iceland during the sixties with the first tournament being held in Reykjahlíð, 1965. A variation of this sport has since then spread to other countries as well. The formula off-road is

 Iceland, often called the land of fire and ice, has become known worldwide for its beautiful and unique nature. Iceland is located on a hot spot on earth resulting in a great geothermal activity and therefore we have a lot of natural hot springs and pools here. We picked out our top five hot springs, it

Emissions and reforestation When it comes to any field of our lives, we need to be aware of our environment and the precious nature that sustains all life. It is a sad fact that environmental pollution is threatening our planet and thereby our very own existence. However, there is light in the dark. When it

Here in Iceland we have a lot of waterfalls, they are almost everywhere. If you are visiting Iceland you should definitely take some time to explore the waterfalls and observe the beautiful nature that Iceland has to offer. We listed down our top 5 waterfalls in Iceland but just to be clear it was a

Believe it or not the summer has started here in Iceland. The First day of summer (Sumardagurinn fyrsti) here in Iceland was on Thursday the 20th of April. This day is a public holiday in Iceland where people often greet each other with „Gleðilegt sumar“ which means „Happy Summer“. The Icelandic nature is unique, especially

Mountaineers of Iceland have years of experience in adventure tours and navigating Langjökull glacier. There is something about this glacier, something extra ordinary. Nothing can beat the fresh Icelandic mountain air on Langjökull. We listed down some fun facts about this magical glacier. Enjoy!   Baldjökull Langjökull used to be called Balljökull > Baldjökull. In

Next week we have festivities here in Iceland from Monday – Wednesday. It is an old tradition in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Iceland and the Faroe Islands. However, it happens to have different shapes and forms within each country. In Iceland these festivities are for three days in a row and their common features are that

We’re located on Langjökull, Europe’s second largest glacier. It is Thursday but it really feels like it’s Saturday. I have a feeling it’s always weekend when Kaleo‘s around. The band members are as cool as they come with their free spirits and Icelandic flair. They even manage to make winter overalls look trendy. Their guitarist,

Icelandic is one of the Nordic languages and most closely resembles Faroese even though it also has some strong similarities to Norwegian and Danish. Icelanders make a great deal of keeping the language intact even though words such as LOL and OMG may have slipped in. And remarkably, the Icelandic spoken today has not changed much from