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Our tour will begin when we all meet at the snowmobile base camp in the Trollaskagi Peninsula, also known as the Troll Peninsula. Trollaskagi is a renowned area of sublime natural beauty, home to many waterfalls and rivers and the backyard to some of the tallest mountains in Iceland. The ice caps topping the mountains are minuscule compared to some of the other glaciers in Iceland, however, that doesn’t make gliding across them on a snowmobile any less exciting!
Once at the base camp, our expert glacier and snowmobile guide will provide you all with the necessary equipment to ride the snowmobile. On top of shielding overalls, warm gloves, footwear, and a helmet, your guide will also demonstrate how to handle...
Once at the base camp, our expert glacier and snowmobile guide will provide you all with the necessary equipment to ride the snowmobile. On top of shielding overalls, warm gloves, footwear, and a helmet, your guide will also demonstrate how to handle a snowmobile.
Your safety is our number one priority, therefore, a quick safety briefing will follow. Don’t worry if you have never ridden a snowmobile before. They are extremely easy to operate and with the supervision of our expert guide, you will feel completely in control of your experience.
Once everyone is ready, we’ll head towards the slopes of the peninsula. The last ice age shaped Trollskagi as it appears today, carving out rivers that never freeze. But don’t worry, there’s plenty of ice and snow for you to speed across during this ...
Once everyone is ready, we’ll head towards the slopes of the peninsula. The last ice age shaped Trollskagi as it appears today, carving out rivers that never freeze. But don’t worry, there’s plenty of ice and snow for you to speed across during this exhilarating 3-hour snowmobile tour!
Our certified guide will be next to you at all times, sharing the history and formation of this mystical yet very tangible troll peninsula. He’ll also show all the secret, hidden spots and picture-worthy sceneries for you to soak in.
The Trollaskagi Peninsula is extremely overlooked by locals and tourists alike, leaving its borderless horizons for no one but you and a handful of others to feast on. This glacier snowmobile tour is ideal for those seeking an authentic adventure in the land of fire and ice.
A valid driver’s license is required to drive a snowmobile. If you don’t have a license, you can join the tour as a passenger. Children ages 8 years old and up can ride as passengers on a snowmobile. Just make sure they’re comfortable and warm! ...
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YES! A valid international driver’s license in Iceland is a must. Provisional driver’s license or a learners permit is prohibited. Those without a driver’s license will have to travel in the passenger's seat.
Once you arrive at the location, we’ll provide everyone with an overall suit, gloves, warm headwear, and a helmet. Make sure you’re wearing warm first and middle layers under the suit. One thing to note is that you have to be able to fit into our overalls. The biggest size we have is 5XL, which is: chest 52.7” (134 cm), waist 45” (115 cm), leg length 38.5” (98 cm.)
Unfortunately, due to safety precautions, we don’t recommend our snowmobile tours for women who are more than 3 months pregnant.
Unfortunately, no. You are welcome to bring your own packed lunch or buy it at a cafe at the meeting point. Please note, that some meeting points might not have a cafe.
Your safety is very important to us, however, the natural forces that operate in Iceland are a bit unpredictable. To bring you back safe and sound, we reserve the right to change the itinerary or routes based on the weather forecast or due to other unforeseen circumstances.
You will not be able to take pictures while on the move, however, when we stop, you can use whatever device you have to take pictures or video. If you’re bringing a Go Pro, make sure you have all the fittings necessary if you want to mount it on a helmet.
Bring additional warm clothes in case you get chilly during the tour. Also, good hiking shoes are essential. If you don’t have them, you can rent them when booking the tour. And last but not least, bring your camera to catch those spectacular views! Also, if you feel like you might get hungry during the tour, pack a small lunch or snack.
You should be ready for the pickup at the location and the time indicated on your booking. Please note, the pickup process might last up to 30 minutes or until everyone is assembled.
Unfortunately, due to safety precautions, we don’t tolerate the consumption of alcoholic beverages before or during our tours. If we see that you are inebriated, you will be asked not to participate.
Yes. We recommend bringing a backpack with some warm clothes, lunch, and a thermos with a beverage of your choice.
The snowmobile is designed to be shared by two people. If you’re traveling alone or with an odd number of people, you should purchase a single ride supplement.
Yes. All snowmobile tours are guided by a certified glacier expert.
No. Everything we provide on the tour is included in the price. However, if you need to rent hiking shoes, you should do so during the booking process and pay any additional fees then. We won’t be able to rent them to you at the location.
Yes. There are restrooms in the cafes close to the glacier. You’re more than welcome to use them, however, during the ride, there will be no bathroom breaks so we strongly recommend using the toilet prior to the tour.
No. You don’t need any previous experience. Our expert guides will teach you how to drive a snowmobile.
If you want to drive a snowmobile, you have to be at least 18 years old and hold a valid driver’s license. Otherwise, all children above the age of 8 and those without a valid driver’s license will have to travel in the passenger's seat.
It can reach a speed of 42 mi/h (70 km/h).
Yes. When booking a tour, choose from a list of locations provided. For some tours, you might be asked to pay extra.
Our cancellation policy can be found here.
Yes. Snowmobile tours are available all year long.
All children above 8 years old are allowed to ride on the back of the snowmobile with one of their parents present at all times.
Trollaskagi Peninsula snowmobile base