Days 1 - 7
Located at the foot of the Hofsjokull glacier in Iceland’s highland interior region, the Kerlingarfjöll range reaches 1,477 metres at its highest point. Set in the Icelandic Highlands, the mountains are composed of red rhyolite stone and are part of a volcano system scattered with hot springs and rivulets. They ere once home to a former summer ski resort - today a highland resort. This colourful mountain range is one of the largest geothermal areas in all of Europe, and visitors can look forward to relaxing in the geothermal baths and exploring a network of scenic hiking trails.