Iceland is unique. It is currently the largest volcanic island on Earth, and its landscape continues to be determined by the forces of nature to this day. But these natural forces have also formed an incredible natural environment, which you only can experience intensively as a hiker. One of the most scenic hiking areas is the Southern Highlands. This book describes both known and little-known hiking routes, in which it contains 5 trekking routes, 8 day-walks and several short side trips. The uniqueness and diversity of the described region is highlighted by the fact that it includes the two best-known nature reserves in Iceland, Fjallabak and Þórsmörk, where it is worthwhile to stay for several days and to do some full-day or half-day walks. Those wishing to explore the Southern Highlands on multi-day treks can choose from hikes between 2 to 4 days. Hikers with more time can combine and extend these hikes to long-distance tours of up to 11 days. This hiking guide book includes detailed map sections (scale 1:50,000) and more than 200 GPS waypoints. Printed on WATERPROOF PAPER. This book contains following hiking tours: HELLISMANNALEIÐ, LANDMANNALAUGAR, LAUGAVEGUR, ÞÓRSMÖRK/GOÐALAND, FIMMVÖRÐUHÁLS, ELDGJÁ-TRAIL and STRÚTSSTÍGUR.
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