Iceland’s West Fjords region is one of the country’s most remote areas and offers endless outdoor pursuits in its mountains, sheltered fjords and bays. Trail runners paradise in the West Fjords is the Hornstrandir Nature Reserve, with its rich history and unspoilt landscapes. With no roads in the nature
reserve, the area is virtually inaccessible—the only way to venture there is by boat. Due to its remote location it is very possible to stay there for days without meeting another soul. Doing so, you will discover the essence of remote Iceland. The fjords are deep and dramatic, marine and aviary life flourish, and a profusion of silence and unexplored landscapes offer an abundance of vitality for the curious and adventurous explorer.
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