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Snowshoe Delight


    Tour operator: Wide Open     3 hours     Travel method: Other / Non-Travel

When the snow is deep and the fjord is white, we put on our snowshoes to explore the natural surroundings of Akureyri. We just love the crunch of our footsteps in fresh snow. The snowshoes allow us to go outdoors without sinking too deep into the white powder and they give grip on patches of icy snow. There is a snowshoe hike for every type of weather and every kind of snow. Just make sure you are dressed for the cold and up for adventure, but realise it is more strenuous than just walking. Snowshoeing doesn't require any skills. If you like hiking, you will love snowshoeing.

 







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Difficulty:   MODERATE



What is included

Quality snowshoes and poles. Driver Guide (English, French, Spanish, Dutch) and Transportation.A hot drink.

What do I need to bring

Dress
warm enough. Weather conditions can change. For
safety reasons our guide can refuse customers who are 'underdressed'. 


  • Waterproof
    and/or windproof jacket (also waterproof pants are recommandable as
    you often sink in snow)
  • Hiking
    boots or solid waterproof shoes
  • Fleece
    or wool sweater, or both
  • Thermal
    underwear makes winter very comfortable
  • Winter
    outdoor pants. (Jeans is a bad idea. It's not warm, gets wet very
    easy and takes long to dry. Unless you got extra waterproof pants to
    cover them of course.)
  • Warm
    hat, scarf and gloves
  • Sunglasses
    and sun protection. Let's be optimistic.
  • Snack
    and water bottle
  • Small
    backpack can be good to put your extras in (camera, snack, water,
    sweater).





  Attention

If weather conditions are too harsh, Wide Open reserves the right to cancel a tour. 


Adult price Snowshoeing 12.500 ISK
Teenager price Snowshoeing 10.000 ISK

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Duration

3 hours

What is included

Quality snowshoes and poles. Driver Guide (English, French, Spanish, Dutch) and Transportation.A hot drink.

Difficulty

MODERATE

What do I need to bring

Dress
warm enough. Weather conditions can change. For
safety reasons our guide can refuse customers who are 'underdressed'. 


  • Waterproof
    and/or windproof jacket (also waterproof pants are recommandable as
    you often sink in snow)
  • Hiking
    boots or solid waterproof shoes
  • Fleece
    or wool sweater, or both
  • Thermal
    underwear makes winter very comfortable
  • Winter
    outdoor pants. (Jeans is a bad idea. It's not warm, gets wet very
    easy and takes long to dry. Unless you got extra waterproof pants to
    cover them of course.)
  • Warm
    hat, scarf and gloves
  • Sunglasses
    and sun protection. Let's be optimistic.
  • Snack
    and water bottle
  • Small
    backpack can be good to put your extras in (camera, snack, water,
    sweater).

Attention

If weather conditions are too harsh, Wide Open reserves the right to cancel a tour.