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  • Reviewed April 2017
    Christopher Johnson

    Cross-Country Skiing in Iceland

    First time this trip has been arranged. Tremendous efforts were made to make us welcome, including some resorts cutting ski tracks especially for our group. The ski kit was new and worked well in the potentially difficult snow conditions around freezing point. I love to visit Iceland - this was my ninth visit - but I found much that was new and interesting. The Troll peninsula in superb weather was a fabulous place to visit and ski. I enjoyed wandering around Akureyri, a beautiful town with lots of interesting historic buildings, while the scenery and swimming pool at Myvatn were outstanding.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Much was outstanding. Swimming in a gale at the hot thermal baths at Myvatn with their extraordinary (Game of Thrones) views was great, but my best day by far was at Akureyri. After a morning ski, I spent the afternoon walking around the town and dropped in to the museum where to my amazement I found an exhibition of mediaeval maps that I had been reading about three weeks before. Never thought I would actually see the 16th century originals (nerdish in the extreme, but I am fascinated by the history of the North Atlantic settlements). Then, after dinner, went for a floodlit ski on the slopes where we were treated to an outstanding auroral display. 170 photos later.......

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Kristjan was outstanding. Knowledgeable (and keen to share the information) about all aspects of Iceland, he managed the group effectively and diplomatically. I learnt a lot from him about Iceland. He obviously has many contacts around the island and huge stamina - as the minibus trips between Reykjavik and the north were a long drive - but never seemed worryingly so, as he paced the journey beautifully.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Make the best of any spare time. We had free afternoons in both Reykjavik and Akureyri that I used to see as much of the towns as possible. If you enjoy photography, take as good a camera as you can; you never know what you may see along the journey, and whether the aurora will appear.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    Two years ago you could get over 200ISK to the UK pound, the rate (March 17) is now closer to 130ISK. There is no such thing as a cheap meal out in Iceland, although the quality of the food is usually excellent. It is not an easy place to visit on a tight budget.
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