Re-mounting after a break
Bottoms up!
Beautiful scenery
Relaxing after a day in the saddle
Socialising in the evening
Bjarnastadir Farm

The North of Iceland is known for its spectacular natural sights and diverse landscape. After a short internal flight this tour begins at Bjarnastaðir Farm near Húsavík to the Lake Mývatn area, famous for its volcanic features and rich birdlife. Ásbyrgi Canyon, Dettifoss (Europe’s largest waterfall) and the strange rock formations at Hljóðaklettar are just some of the gems of nature you'll see on this amazing tour.

From rich green pastureland head towards the mountains sleeping in basic mountain huts with shared facilities. Through an area scarred with cracks and fissures from earthquakes and volcanic activity the route will then take you to Lake Mývatn where bubbling mud pools and eerie lava formations are a reminder of the powerful energy right beneath your feet. Bathe in the warm geothermal water of the outdoor pool at the Mývatn Nature Baths. An optional whale watching tour concludes the selection of natural attractions on and off shore.

This tour was nominated by the Sunday Times as one of the 10 best trails in the world.

Please Note: The opinions expressed in these reviews are the author's and do not necessarily reflect the views of Unicorn Trails Ltd. These reviews are "directly from the horses mouth" and unedited. Unicorn Trails may make additional comments for clarification clearly identified in red.

Review received from MA of Chesham on 25/07/2018

Ride Summary
Wonderful
What was your overall impression of the holiday

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Really wonderful well informed guide who got whole group to bond together.
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Owner knew each of his horses intimately. If you were honest about what sort of horse you wanted to ride and your riding ability, you were accurately matched to an appropriate horse.
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We were unbelievably lucky with the weather which made the whole experience the best it could be. However, even without that, it would still have been a fantastic holiday.
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You need to carry the fly nets with you all the time. Also good idea to have eye drops as it is very dusty if it is dry.
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No idea.
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7
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You could not have done this trip if you were an inexperienced rider as you would have slowed the whole ride down and the planned distance would not have been covered. I think, having discussed it with other members of the group, that the closest thing to it within the UK would be going hunting where you are going very fast across country but with the added challenge of very uneven ground with narrow paths with rocks, stones and tussocks. In the UK you would not go faster than a walk across such ground but the Icelandic horses tolt across the ground in the most amazing surefooted manner. You have to have the confidence to just sit quietly and allow them to do their job with little or no interference from the rider. If you cannot sit quietly due to inexperience, then the horses are affected by your lack of balance and have to slow down.
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We had a great trip and it all went very smoothly. We did have questions but they were all answered in advance of the trip.
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On our trip everyone got a saddlebag. However my mental image of something like cowboys use in USA was completely wrong as they are much smaller and go across the shoulders in front of the saddle - they are big enough for a smallish lunch box one side and a water bottle the other. A fold up rucksack or similar small bag would be useful to carry your lunch, water bottle etc from the accommodation until you get to the horses and can load them into the saddle bags. We were extremely lucky with the weather as it was warm and dry but the result was it was very dusty. It would have been good to have had eye drops to use at night. Those in the know who had done this sort of thing before were wearing head and neck bandanas. These are very thin long tubes of material and can be pulled up underneath your riding hat easily if it is cold enough to require your ears to be covered or can help keep the dust out of your hair if it's dry. If your tour requires internal flights, it is a good idea to warn customers that they may be delayed if the weather is bad as the planes are small prop planes and quite weather dependent. We were delayed but it didn't make any difference to our programme of events because it stayed light 24/7 while we were there so we had no imposed curfew to riding or activities due to lack of daylight. We could have done with more information/guidance regarding tipping the guide. None of us knew what to do. We had to opportunity to go whale watching. However for trips that include this you should recommend waterproof trousers to wear inside the suits they give you (we all came off the boat wet from the waist down) and also waterproof footwear (we all had soaked feet). And if you want to enjoy the trip, sea sickness tablets would be a good investment too!
Unicorn comments: Thank you for your feedback. Glad you had a great time! :)

Due to the early start on Day 1, it is recommended that guests arrive in Reykjavik the day before the trail begins and stay in a hotel in the city. Please see 'Accommodation' for recommended hotels.

Day 1
Reykjavík – Húsavík - Bjarnastaðir – Ásbyrgi – Dettifoss - Theistareykir Mountain Cabin
Departure from pick up points in Reykjavik www.busstop.is to the Domestic Airport for the flight to Húsavík and transfer to Bjarnastaðir Farm. Pick up between 06:30 – 07:30. Please dress already in riding clothes and bring your passport or other identification for your domestic flight. At Bjarnastaðir, you have lunch and start your ride with a short introduction to the Icelandic horse and its special gaits. This is truly a day to remember when you ride on the east side of the National Park Jökulsárgljúfur and visit places like Gloppa, Hallhöfðastígur overlooking Hljóðaklettar and many more. After riding you have a sightseeing tour by bus to Europe’s largest waterfall, Dettifoss and the famous Ásbyrgi Canyon, one of the wonders of nature, a wide, horseshoe-shaped canyon with sheer cliff faces up to 100 m high. (Approx. 20 km)

Day 2
Theistareykir - Heiðarbær
Enjoy today’s ride from the Theistareykir area to Halldorstaðir in Laxárdal. You then drive to
Heiðarbær, where you stay for the next 2 nights with a swimming pool on the premises. (Approx. 35
km)

Day 3
Heiðarbær
You start the day with an exciting sightseeing tour by bus. You begin with a nice hot bath in Jarðböð, an outdoor lagoon with geothermal water and visit Dimmuborgir, fantastic black lava formations with rich vegetation. You then saddle up again and head off through a black sand desert along the colorful Laxárdalur valley with the glittering Salmon River Laxá in the middle. A true day of contrasts in the ever-changing Icelandic nature. You will stop at the very special Hraunsrétt – made of lava. You ride to Skógarhlíð, where you leave the horses tonight. (Approx. 30 km)

Day 4
Þeistareykir - Bjarnastaðir
Today you set out through Geldingadalur Valley and Reykjaheiði into Öxarfjörður Fjord to Bjarnastaðir Farm, where the hot outdoor tub is waiting. (Approx. 40 km)

Day 5
Bjarnastaðir - Theistareykir Mountain Cabin
Today you ride across the mighty glacial river Jökulsá á Fjöllum (on a bridge) and into the mountains to the geothermal area of Theistareykir. At one point you will practically cross over from one continental plate to another as you ride over the Mid-Atlantic ridge! It is a fascinating area with deep earthquake fissures, multi-colored mountains and geothermal energy. With all this volcanic activity going on here, it is easy to understand that Iceland is still under “natural construction” (Approx. 35 km)
Today you set out through Geldingadalur Valley and Reykjaheiði into Öxarfjörður Fjord to Bjarnastaðir Farm, where the hot outdoor tub is waiting. (Approx. 40 km)

Day 6
Bjarnastaðir – Húsavík (optional: whale watching) – Reykjavík
In the morning return to Húsavík by bus and enjoy a whale watching cruise for those interested. (Price per person €80). Others can enjoy the towns' swimming pool with its hot tubs or just go for a stroll in this beautiful town. Afternoon flight back to Reykjavík Domestic Airport and transfer to your accommodation. Depending on flight times guests may wish to stay an extra night in Reykjavik. It's about 50 minutes by the very regular bus to the international airport so please allow for this.

Knee-high rubber boots are recommended for the river crossing. You may bring your own riding gear (e.g helmet) but it needs to be dry cleaned or disinfected; officially, a written certificate is needed to prove at the airport that this has been done, but it is rarely asked for.

The accommodation on this mountain trail is simple: often the whole group will stay in one room. Accommodation is equipped with beds, bunk beds and shared bunk beds depending on the size and location of each mountain cabin. An indoor toilet, warm showers and/or hot pools are available at most locations.  

 
Reading List
We're avid readers here at Unicorn Trails and have selected several books connected to this ride. If you're interested in reading more about the area before you travel, or want to get into the cultural background, here are some suggestions that may inspire you. Click on the links for more information.

Letters From Iceland - WH Auden and Louis MacNeice
Iceland, Land of the Saga's - David Roberts
Ring of Seasons: Iceland - Its Culture and History - Terry Lacy

Please note: All itineraries are given for your guidance only and it may be altered on the ground and in accordance with the prevailing conditions by the organising team.

Horses & Riding

Clients ride the traditional Icelandic horses (called horses not ponies despite being pony sized!) which have a special gait known as the tölt. This is very comfortable and anyone with experience of English (or McLellan) or Western tack will be able to adapt to sitting to the new gait without any problems – the trail leaders explain how to sit it before the first day’s riding. The guides will explain how to tack up the horses, mount it and how to ride the tölt before setting off. All the guides are English-speaking. As well as the ridden horses, a herd of loose horses will be running with the group, and you will change your mount 2-3 times a day. There is about 5-8 hours riding each day (starting around 10.30am) as up to 35/55km have to be covered each day: you’ll need to be riding fit because occasionally the odd day may be slightly longer. The purpose of riding with a herd of horses is to enable a change of mount at the 2 or 3 breaks each day. A minimum of 6 riders up to a maximum of 20 riders per trip: so you could be riding with up to 70 loose horses. The tack used for Icelandic horses is slightly different then the tack ordinarily used for other breeds. The saddle is built close to a dressage saddle and has a relatively flat seat. Saddles come with plain or quilted seats. On longer rides a crupper helps keeping the saddle in place. Riding style used on Icelandic horses is close to English riding style, but stirrups are worn long. Bits used are mostly simple snaffles. Bridles have a detachable noseband and clip on reins.

Rider requirements

This ride is appropriate for intermediate to advanced riders who are fit enough to ride 5 to 8 hours per day. The riding is at all paces including tölt (instruction is given), 110kg weight limit (please enquire if you are an experienced rider exceeding this weight.) Some walking beside horses required. Children are welcome provided that their parent/guardian is prepared to take full responsibility for them during the holiday and that they satisfy the rider requirements. The minimum age for this ride is 8 years.

Used riding clothes must be disinfected before entry to Iceland. Riding gear (riding trousers, jackets, etc.) needs to be washed (40°C) or dry cleaned. Items which cannot be washed or dry cleaned (riding boots, riding hats) need to be disinfected at least five days prior to arriving in Iceland. The Icelandic Veterinary Authority recommends the broad-spectrum disinfectant Virkon S for disinfection. Used riding gloves, whips, saddles, bridles and other used leather gear may not be brought into the country.
Please understand that these precautions are necessary because there are no contagious animal diseases in Iceland. Horses are not vaccinated and are therefore susceptible to infectious agents from abroad. Please help us to protect Iceland's fragile nature! For further information please take a look at: www.mast.is

Weight Limit

The weight limit for this ride is 17 st/242 lb/110 kg, please enquire if you are an experienced rider exceeding this weight.

Accommodation on this tour is in simple mountain huts where most often, riders will all sleep together in one room, dormitory style. There will be beds, bunk beds and shared bunk beds - sleeping bags and sheets will be provided. An indoor toilet, warm showers and/or hot pools are available at most locations. Large breakfasts are traditional (lamb and fish are the staple dinners) though special diets (vegetarian, etc.) can be provided if advance notice is given. Riders make their own lunches up from the large food selection at the breakfast table (a tip: bring a small box, Tupperware or similar, to pack it in). Luggage will be transported in the kitchen van. Please bring bags rather than hard cover suitcases and pack light because transport space is limited.


Bjarnastaðir Farm: Bjarnastaðir Farm, home of Halldór Olgeirsson and Elín Maríusdóttir, is situated in the low bushy area of Kerlingaskógur, close to the glacial river Jökulsá á Fjöllum and Dettifoss Waterfall. You will enjoy great view over the Fjord Öxarfjörður and the famous Lake Skjálftavatn which suddenly appeared overnight after a strong earthquake 28 years ago. Halldór and Elín, breeders of both horses and sheep will welcome you with open arms and their warmth and hospitality is indeed second to none. Number of beds: 18. Outdoor jacuzzi: Yes. Number of showers: 2. GSM connection: Yes. WiFi: No.


Þeistareykir Mountain Hut Þeistareykir is known as a geothermal area, with colourful mud pits, tabletop mountains, hills and lava fields, you will find the earth constantly at work. The mountain hut stays warm all year round due to the geothermal activity of the area. The area is great for hikers and those who want to enjoy nature in the “raw.” Number of rooms: 1. Number of beds: 30. Outdoor jacuzzi: No. Number of showers: 0. GSM connection: No. WiFi: No. Made up beds: No. Number of WC: 1.


Extra accommodation: We recommend that you arrive the day before the ride begins and stay in a hotel in Reykjavik. Some riders may also want to stay an extra night at the end of the ride before flying home. There are many hotels to choose from in Reykjavik, some recommendations are below.



Cabin Hotel - http://hotelcabin.is/en/   

Brim Hotel (also known as Reykjavik Hotel Centre) - http://www.booking.com/hotel/is/reykjavik-hostel-center.html


As part of an initiative to improve the centre of Reykjavik for locals and travellers, the local authorities will ban all buses to drive within the central part of the City from July 15 2017. Instead, vehicles with group licenses will have to pick up and drop off all passengers staying at hostels and guesthouses within the area at designated bus stops, including airport transfers and tours.



Please take a look at the available bus stops here http://www.busstop.is/ to find the stop closest to your intended accommodation.

Vegetarian or other dietary requirements can be accommodated with advanced notice. Please contact Unicorn Trails with requests.

Documents - Visa and Consulate Info

Please note that it is your responsibility to ensure you have the correct documentation in place for your trip. If Visa’s are required the requirements can change from year to year depending on diplomatic relations. Please request information from the appropriate Consulate in your home country. Unicorn Trails will assist with any questions you have or supply any necessary supporting documents as required by the consulate on request.

General information:

Visa are not required for U.K. or other European nationals. In the UK the British Foreign Office gives travel advice on travel insurance, passport and visas, health and vaccinations, legal issues and emergency issues. They can be reached on 0207 008 0232/0233 or at www.fco.gov.uk.

The British Embassy in Reykjavik is at Laufásvegur 31, 101 Reykjavík. Postal Address: PO Box 460, 121 Reykjavík. Tel: + (354) 550 5100. Email: britemb@centrum.is.

In the U.K the Embassy of Iceland is at 2A Hans Street, London SW1X 0JE. Telephone: (020) 7259 3999. Email: icemb.london@utn.stjr.is

Climate Summary

Come prepared for all kinds of weather as the day can change very quickly! Summer temperatures usually reach the 20°C+ but can be less than 10°C.

Climate Chart

Health

No special health precautions are required for visits to Iceland, for further details please see your local doctor.

For up to date information on specific health concerns please contact the Medical Advisors For Travellers Abroad. Their website can be found at www.masta.org.

Health (ride specific)

No special health precautions are required for visits to Iceland.

Electricity

Voltage is the same as in the UK and most appliances such as battery chargers for videos, hair dryers etc. can be plugged in with appropriate adapters. These are available for purchase at most airports and travel shops.

Film and Camera Equipment

Bring sufficient film, batteries, etc. with you because there are no opportunities to buy these out on the trail.

Packing List

You should be ready for all kinds of weather as the weather can change very quickly. We recommend that the following items are included when preparing for this tour.

• Riding Boots - knee-high, preferably rubber, because of the rivers you cross.
• Warm jacket or overcoat.
• Warm (woollen or fleece) sweater.
• Warm socks and gloves, at lest two pairs, scarf and a cap or hat.
• Warm underwear, long if possible.
• Riding trousers.
• Tracksuit or casual, loose clothes
• A pair of slippers to wear in the accommodation. (Icelanders take off their shoes when entering a house).
• Swim suit, towels and soap
• A small camera to take with you on the ride.
• Band aids and second skin plasters for chaffing.
• Fly net
• Chocolate or glucose sweets for strenuous riding days.
• Sun lotion for face and lips (with high sun factor).
• A sports bra for the ladies usually comes in useful!
• Sunglasses
• Bum bag or similar to carry water, cameras etc.

• Small pillow to sleep on.
• Ear plugs. Some people snore!
• Sleeping bag

You may bring your own riding gear (eg helmet) but it needs to be dry cleaned or disinfected; officially, a written certificate is needed to prove at the airport that this has been done, but it is rarely asked for.

Items provided:
• Saddle bags
• Rain wear (heavy/industrial so best to have your own and use the Íshestar gear only in the worst of weather)
• Safety riding helmet

Luggage will be transported in the kitchen van. Please bring bags rather than hard cover suitcases and pack lightly because transport space is limited.

Programmes

This is a 6 day/5 night programme with 5 days riding - approx. 160km in total - available on set dates. We recommend riders to arrive a day early and stay in a hotel in Reykjavik the night before the ride starts, and after the last day of riding.

Departure Dates

2019: 24 June; 1*, 8*, 15* July; 5*(full), 12*, 26 August (*denotes high season)

Pricing
No single rooms available (on some or all nights). Riders must be prepared to share with someone of the same sex.


No of   
days/nights
Riding days Product item description £
2018 Low Season6d/5n5double pp1,985
2018 Low Season6d/5n5Child under 121,489
2018 High Season6d/5n5double pp2,109
2018 High Season6d/5n5Child under 121,579
2019 Low Season6d/5n5double pp1,985
2019 Low Season6d/5n5Child under 121,489
2019 High Season6d/5n5double pp2,109
2019 High Season6d/5n5Child under 121,579
No of   
days/nights
Riding days Product item description
2018 Low Season6d/5n5double pp2,159
2018 Low Season6d/5n5Child under 121,619
2018 High Season6d/5n5double pp2,289
2018 High Season6d/5n5Child under 121,719
2019 Low Season6d/5n5double pp2,159
2019 Low Season6d/5n5Child under 121,619
2019 High Season6d/5n5double pp2,289
2019 High Season6d/5n5Child under 121,719
No of   
days/nights
Riding days Product item description $
2018 Low Season6d/5n5double pp2,515
2018 Low Season6d/5n5Child under 121,889
2018 High Season6d/5n5double pp2,669
2018 High Season6d/5n5Child under 121,999
2019 Low Season6d/5n5double pp2,515
2019 Low Season6d/5n5Child under 121,889
2019 High Season6d/5n5double pp2,669
2019 High Season6d/5n5Child under 121,999
No of   
days/nights
Riding days Product item description SEK
2018 Low Season6d/5n5double pp22,779
2018 Low Season6d/5n5Child under 1217,085
2018 High Season6d/5n5double pp24,165
2018 High Season6d/5n5Child under 1218,125
2019 Low Season6d/5n5double pp22,779
2019 Low Season6d/5n5Child under 1217,085
2019 High Season6d/5n5double pp24,165
2019 High Season6d/5n5Child under 1218,125
Recommended Reading

WH Auden and Louis MacNeice 'Letters from Iceland'; Mark Cowardine 'Iceland Native's and Meeting Places'; David Roberts 'Iceland Land of the Saga's'; Terry Lacy 'Ring of Seasons'.
For a broad selection of equestrian travel books, many previously unavailable visit www.HorseTravelBooks.com - inspiring adventure!

Other Activities

Optional (available at an extra charge): Whale Watching

Wildlife

Enjoy geothermal pools, outdoor hot tubs, bird watching and exploring the lava fields and fauna in the evenings.

Other Information

DISINFECTION: Riding gear (riding boots, riding trousers, jackets, hats, gloves, etc.) needs to be washed (40°C), dry cleaned or disinfected with Virkon S before arriving in Iceland. Saddles, bridles and other leather gear may not be brought into the country.
Please understand that these precautions are necessary because there are no contagious animal diseases (i.e. rabies or foot and mouth diseases) in Iceland and therefore important to protect the animals of the country.

Other Country Information

Iceland is a volcanic island in the North Atlantic. It is three hours flying time from London and two from Glasgow. Geologically speaking, it is the youngest country in the world. The Icelanders live in a beautiful, but rather fierce natural setting with extremes in the weather, and are continually reminded of the often-harsh natural elements with earthquakes and volcanic eruptions relatively commonplace. Iceland enjoys the midnight sun in summer and extensive darkness in winter, with the northern lights adding a touch of magic on clear winter nights.

In addition to its expansive landscape, it has a rich history and folklore tradition. Iceland was the last country in Europe to be settled, by Vikings and Celts, in the 9th and 10th century AD. The nation converted to Christianity in 1000. From the Middle Ages she was a Norwegian and later a Danish colony. She gained Home Rule in 1904 and then separate sovereign status under the Danish crown in 1918. During WW II, the country was benignly occupied, first by British and then by US forces. Iceland became an independent republic on 17 June 1944.

DISINFECTION: Riding gear (riding boots, riding trousers, jackets, hats, gloves, etc.) needs to be washed (40°C), dry cleaned or disinfected with Virkon S before arriving in Iceland. Saddles, bridles and other leather gear may not be brought into the country.
Please understand that these precautions are necessary because there are no contagious animal diseases (i.e. rabies or foot and mouth diseases) in Iceland and therefore important to protect the animals of the country.

Iceland is on GMT and they use the metric weights and measures system, so kilometres and kilograms instead of miles and pounds. There is approximately 1.6 kilometres in a mile and 2.2 pounds in a kilogram. The dialling code for the country is +354.

Travel Summary

Meeting-point (getting there):
Your hotel or closest designated bus stop (central zone) in Rekjavik
Transfer:
2019: Included from your hotel or closest designated bus stop in Rekjavik.
Flight Guide:
London - Reykjavik return from £110.
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