Snowmobile Tour Into the Glacier

Húsafell, Húsafell, Iceland

Húsafell, Húsafell, Iceland


The snowmobile tour is an amazing first-hand experience of the power and beauty of “Langjokull” Iceland’s second largest glacier. 

Get ready to drive yourself up to the ice tunnels located 1300 meters above sea level to enjoy the amazing view just below the clouds. An experienced guide will lead the tour and also teach the basics of operating a snowmobile. 

Anyone 16 years or older with a driver’s license can take part in this once in a lifetime adventure. Midway through the snowmobile ride, our guides will take you into the icy world of Langjokull where you enjoy the amazing man-made tunnels leading to the heart of the glacier. 

After you have finished your journey inside you will be taken back to Husafell for the end of your tour.

The tour will start at Húsafell center located 2 hours away from Reykjavik. GPS coordinates for Husafell are listed here below. For driving instructions please see them here

For those that require a transfer from Reykjavik please check out our tour “Into and Above the Glacier”. 

The setup for this tour is two persons per snowmobile, each taking turns driving or enjoying the view from the back of the sled. 

You will be provided with a snowsuit, helmet, and gloves before the start of the tour but we also recommend bringing good outdoor clothing and waterproof shoes for this journey.


Driving a snowmobile on Langjokull glacier.
A visit to the largest man-made ice tunnel in the world.

Tour information:

  • Available May. - Oct.
  • Duration 6 hours
  • Activities Caving
  • Difficulty Moderate

Pickup information:

  • Pickup time : 07:30 08:30, 09:30, 10:30, 11:30, 12:30, 13:30, 14:30, 15:30, 16:30,

    Please be at your pickup location in time for your departure. Should your pickup location be at a bus stop and you need assistance finding it, seek guidance in your Hotel's reception or contact your tour provider directly.


  • Pick-up from and return to your accommodation in Reykjavik
  • All safety gear (helmets, harness, etc.)
  • Small refreshments (soup, coffee/tea and perhaps some sweets)
  • Experienced guides