So much to see and do.
Whether you are looking for something extreme or to simply relax and take in the scenery there are plenty of options on the Troll Peninsula in north Iceland. Browse through the activities below then select for further information. You can also contact us if you have any questions.
Iceland is a world class destination for ski touring, backcountry skiing and ski mountaineering from February through May. There are vertical descents of up to 1500m or almost 5000ft and thousands of peaks and slopes for all abilities.
On the whale watching tour from Dalvík you have the best chance to see many of the whales around Iceland like the great humpback whale, minke whale and the majestic blue whale. This is a great tour for the family!
The talented team at Viking Rafting offer both a “Family” trip on the gentle rapids of the West Glacial River and a “White Water Action” trip on the exciting rapids of the East Glacial river. River rafting in north Iceland is not to be missed!
Enjoy a visit to Iceland’s first and only Beer Spa, only a 20 minute drive from Karlsá. Relax in a tub filled with hops and barley while sipping on the local brew. Afterwards enjoy the relaxation room or the outdoor hot tubs with views across the fjord.
Strytan Divecenter is located in the small fishing village Hjalteyri only 20 minutes from Karlsá. Strýtan is the only hydrothermal chimney that is possible for scuba diving yet discovered. Strýtan stands tall and alone in the middle of Eyjafjörður. Strýtan Divecenter is its offical protector of this area.
The Troll Peninsula has a number of natural XC single track trails for riders of all skill levels. The trails offer a combination of flowy sections and rocky technical sections. Our guides can customize the days objective from beginner to intermediate or advanced riding based on your preference.
Want to Explore on Your Own?
Below you will find further ideas for you visit up north. You can Contact Us as well or visit the websites listed at the bottom of the page. Just be sure you allow yourself enough time while you are in the area to get a taste of life up north.