- Address: Sólheimajökulsvegur, Iceland, Reykjavik
- Ticket Price: Free
Solheimajokull - Review
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Solheimajokull, Reykjavik Reviews
Beautiful. Easy hike up (with guide) from the base. Our athletic 9 and 10 year olds had no problem with it. Saw other groups with repelling gear. Wasn't crowded (10am tour, Saturday in Oct), but we definitely saw other groups. Don't try without crampons (or a guide?) - we saw a couple try and fail. It's ICE on an incline!!
For those who haven't seen a glacier this location is a great opportunity to see one. The surrounding area is beautiful. I wouldn't go out of my way to see it if you've seen your fair share of them on cruises and travels around the world.
Easy around 2 km walk from parking place to glacier. You can go and walk on the edge of the ice also without any difficulty or special spike shoes, still be careful as you can fall in to several holes carved into ice by melting water. There is sign maybe one km away from current glacier edge where it was 2010 so it is easy to see climate warming in this spot. The outer perimeter of the glacier is also quite dirty due to gravel grinder by glaciar from mountains and more sadly due to coal pollution (black stuff on the ice) I think this is easiest accessible glacier as it is fairly close to Reykjavik Recommend to visit the place before it melts away
One of the top three most impressive and unexpected things we saw on our trip to Iceland. On a whim, we decided to make this turn and see what we could see at the end of a very long day and after just hiking out to the plane wreck and back. We were so glad we decided to do this. The car park was completely empty as we arrived close to 10 p.m. in the evening (mid June). As the glacier came into view on the short hike up to it it literally took our breath away. We did not actually hike on the glacier as it is dangerous and there are numerous warning signs advising you not to do so without proper guide & equipment. But we did get close enough to touch it. Wear warm clothes even if the temperature is pleasant at the car park. It's a mountain of ice and the air coming off it is very cold.
This Glacier is so amazing although I didn’t go to the snow.I was going to go to Mydralsjökull but I didn’t go there because I didn’t want to go with a group and in Sólheimajökull I didn’t have to go with a group.