Snowmobile Tour on Myrdalsjokull Glacier

All year
2 hours
8 years

Join us for a snowmobiling adventure at the top of Mýrdalsjökull, the fourth-largest glacier in Iceland. This energizing tour will give you the chance to visit the top of a beautiful glacier while enjoying the invigorating experience of driving at high speeds across along the top of a real-life ice cap.


  • Myrdalsjokull glacier
  • Katla volcano
  • Snowmobile experience
  • Glacier truck experience

What's included

  • Guided snowmobile tour
  • All necessary safety equipment
  • English speaking local expert guide

What's not included

  • Food and drinks


Your adventure will begin at our base, Ytri-Sólheimar 1, which lies at the foot of the glacier. This is where you’ll meet your experienced, qualified guide who will provide you with the insulated winter overalls that you’ll need to keep warm during this adventure. A short information session will then be held to ensure that everyone knows how to operate the snowmobiles as well as the safety procedures that will be necessary on the trip. Once the guide has double-checked that everyone has the necessary equipment, you’ll all climb into a specially modified Superjeep for the drive up to the snowmobile base.

Once at the snowmobile camp, you’ll be in charge of your own speed as you follow your guide up to the top of Mýrdalsjökull. There is nothing like the experience of feeling the wind in your face while you zoom across the wild, open expanse at the top of Mýrdalsjökull glacier. At 5000 ft. (1510 m) above sea level, this glacier is thought to be one of the most lovely glaciers in the country.

Katla Caldera, one of the most well-known volcanoes in Iceland, lies hidden 2500 ft. (750 m) below the surface of this ice cap. So, when you stop at the topmost point to take in the view of the expanse of ice before you, it is thrilling to know exactly how much power lies smoldering quietly away below your feet.

This exciting snowmobiling tour is a fun way to explore the wilderness without being overly challenging. Get up close and personal with one of the most beautiful ice caps in Iceland and enjoy the amazing perspective that you will have over the South Coast of Iceland, seeing it from above.

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FAQ & Important Information

The following is important information applicable to this tour. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us by email or phone, we are here to make your tour exceptional!

This tour is operated by our trusted partner.

All drivers need to have a valid driver’s license and a minimum age of 17 years old. Our day tours are very popular and we have many days when all available seats are booked out. Please book your tour early to avoid disappointment. You can book this tour online using the booking form or just call our office. We typically respond to phone calls from 8:00 AM to 17:00 PM GMT – if you do not reach us, please send an email and we will reply to your message as soon as possible.

Arrive at least 30 minutes prior to the tour departure to allow time to register, and meet your guide, and so that you do not delay other guests in your group. As much as possible arrive prepared and ready to go.

All prices are per person. We accept payment by major credit and debit cards with no additional fees. Gratuities are not included.

Tour itinerary changes:
At all times your safety is our first priority. You can expect any kind of weather in Iceland. For this reason, the tour itinerary may be subject to change the sights without notice or the tour might be canceled due to weather, or other unforeseen circumstances. If the timing changes, we will need your valid mobile phone number to contact you and inform you of the time change. Please don’t forget to fill out your phone number on the booking form. If the tour is canceled, you can choose to receive a full refund or to reschedule your tour for another day. We make every effort to avoid any such changes wherever possible.

What to bring:
Since the weather is unpredictable, always bring comfortable outdoor clothes, warm layers, with waterproof and windproof outer-layers. Jeans are not suitable clothing; a waterproof jacket and shoes and a warm sweater are highly recommended. It’s best to wear boots as it’s pretty cold on the glacier and they can get wet. You or your passenger can wear a small backpack or a camera bag while riding. Please ensure all zips, straps, and flaps are secured when your snowmobile is in motion. Bring some snack or packed lunch. Bring your personal daily medications if required – please let us know of any allergies or medical conditions that you may require assistance with.

Medical conditions:
Persons with recent surgery, back injuries or who are pregnant are not recommended to participate in the snowmobile tours. Please contact us if you have any questions. Please let us know of any allergies or medical conditions that you may require assistance with.

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Special offer


for a limited time on selected Super Jeep tours