Hike in Iceland is an activity mainly for the summer season, since the harsh winter weather makes most of the trails impassable. Exploring Iceland hiking is doing it from another point of view, it means getting away from the busiest spots and discovering the hidden gems that only a few can reach.

Some hikes can be short and for almost all levels, but others can be challenging and can last several days. They are all perfect for travelers who love the outdoors and nature.

One of the most popular hiking trail in Iceland is the Laugavegur trail, a 55km long hike over the highland of Iceland and usually takes about 4-5 days, or the popular hike Fimmvörðuháls, which is about 25km long, and it can be done linking with the Laugavegur trail.