Monster of a Truck

We are proud to present our latest addition to our fleet, a monster of a truck!

What kind of mammoth does it take to traverse Europe’s 2nd largest glacier, being big and sturdy enough to even cross some of the glacier’s crevices and snowy hills? Well, we found the answer… Meet BovMan II, our fleet’s latest addition. Some call it a super truck or a monster truck. Still, others call it a glacier truck. The Japanese call it the ultra truck, perhaps with affinity to the ultra man. Whatever you wish to call it, this beast packs a punching power of a 470 hp diesel engine and a 20-ton body, indeed there are few places this brute cannot get to. Perfect for the Icelandic highlands and glaciers, we love taking travelers around our scenic and untouched landscapes on this monster of a truck.

 

BovManII Nature

 

With capacity for 58 passengers, the Goliath can take smaller or larger groups around Iceland’s highlands on breathtaking journeys. Included is Wi-Fi, speaker system for tour guides and air-conditioner with individual air controls. We would love to take your group to the top of Langjökull glacier during the evening and watch the stars and the northern lights dancing in the night sky. Or take you around the beautiful streams and mountains of Þórsmörk. Whatever you wish, we can make it happen. With its huge tires, it will give a stunning view and Kodak moments wherever it may take you. Please let us take you and your group of family and friends on an adventure of a lifetime, traversing through Iceland’s magical landscape in the comforts and safety of unstoppable mighty machinery. For individual quotes, please contact us.

 

BovMan II Front View

BovMan II Monster Truck

Other interesting things

Birch

Saving the Glaciers

On 5 July, Mountaineers of Iceland took another step towards a greener future. A representative…

Read more

New departures from Gullfoss to our Ice cave

We are delighted to announce that we have added new departure times to our Ice…

Read more

What to do in Reykjavík on a rainy day?

We have been experiencing rainy summer here in Iceland so if you are traveling to…

Read more
Newsletter

Sign up to our mailing list for news, offers, and stories about the Icelandic Highlands and Mountaineers of Iceland.