Are you looking for some adventure activities in Reykjavik? Here are some exciting lists of adventure things that you should not miss out when you are in Reykjavik. This list includes popular adventure activities in Reykjavik for visitors of all age group. Find out the list of things that suits you best. Get back to the complete list of things to do in Reykjavik.
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List of Adventurous things to do in Reykjavik
Do more than just sightseeing. Explore these adrenaline pumping adventure activities to do in Reykjavik.
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105, Sundlaugavegur 30, Reykjavík, Iceland
06:30 am - 10:00 pm
Laugardalslaug is the largest pool in Reykjavik with great facilities. This place is most definitely a bliss for water babies with a 50-meter pool, four hot pots, Jacuzzi, thermal steam bath and an 86-meter-long water slide- to relax your day out!
Laugardalslaug has more in store for those who do not want to take a dip- A path around the pool for a...
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Reykjadalur Hot Spring Trailhead, Reykjadalur, Iceland
This is where you will find Reykjavikers of all ages up to something fun, soothing and ultra-relaxing. Two things that are a must while in Reykjavik are hiking and its thermal springs. The Reykjadalur is a hike, that has the temperature if the water increasing as the height of your ascend increases. It is one of the most exhilarating natural wonder...
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Lækjarhlíð, Mosfellsbær, Iceland
06:30 am - 09:30 pm
Lágafellslaug or the Lagafellslaug In Mosfellsbaer, is the favorite spot of locals who like to engage in a little physical activity. Essentially a pool area, this city attraction has something for everyone. It was created to aid the favorite pastime of Icelander to soak and swim. It is especially fun during the snow. Sipping on some deliciou...
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About ten kilometers south of Reykjavik is the city’s a municipal conservation area, a 3,200 hectares. Watch out for the Raudholar, a natural formation of red rock in the lava fields known pseudocraters. For geological formations, these are pretty young only 5200 years old. It’s a treasure of nature sixty species of wild birds, a hundre...