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Welcome to the official blog of Icelandic Mountain Guides, Iceland's trusted outdoor adventure company, offering a great selection of guided tours.  Here you can learn more about Iceland's beautiful nature, travel tips and all sorts of useful information to help you make the most of your time in Iceland. Cheers!

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Adventurer of the Week

Adventurer of the Week: Chelsea gets Engaged and Walks on Ice!

Chelsea got very lucky indeed. Not only did she get proposed to, but the very next day, her fiancé whisked her away and off her feet to Iceland! As part of the surprise trip, her fiancé booked a glacier walk...

Adventurer of the Week: Kim Gets some Mountain Skills

Kim is a true Iceland-lover, and going a lot  further than most. She joined us on our 6 day Mountain Skills Course, and acquired a the necessary technical proficiency to take her exploration of iceland to...

Adventurer of the Week: Sila and Matt get Blown Away!

We love the Adventurer of the Week series because it helps us to see, and show you, how we make amazing experiences possible; the kinds of experiences that people didn’t even know they were getting...

Adventurer of the Week: Guadalupe Walks Thrice on Ice!

Guadalupe was mesmerised by the glacier walk in Iceland, so mesmerised in fact that she did it not once, not twice but thrice! Iceland left a profound mark on her; humbled and intrigued, she was left wanting...

Adventurer of the Week: The Norgaards Escape and Get on a Glacier!

They travelled as a family and had a great time! They holed themselves up in the middle of nowhere, in a cabin, and managed to do a lot of hiking as well as some star gazing from their hot pot. They came...

Adventurer of the Week: Nicolas Sees Land

Nicolas had a movie in his sights, and nature would take the leading role. A childhood growing up on the islands of the Pacific left him with a penchant for islands, and so he chose Iceland.  What he...

Adventurer of the Week: Gon on a Glacier Adventure!

Gon may have travelled the furthest (and hardest: 4 flights and all the way from Argentina) since we started running the Adventurer of the Week series. Indeed, when you have a dream, and enough is enough,...