<p>The northern lights, which can usually be seen in Iceland from August to April, shine over Mount Kirkjufell.</p>

The northern lights, which can usually be seen in Iceland from August to April, shine over Mount Kirkjufell.

Photograph by Nature's Beauty/Aurora

31 Stunning Photos of Adventures in Iceland

Find your next adventure in one of these breathtaking, impressive Icelandic landscapes.

Peppered with lush national parks, vast lava fields, and snow-covered glaciers, Iceland offers visitors the opportunity to experience the wild outdoors in a way only possible in this unique Nordic nation.

The country is home to adventures for every kind of traveler. Hikers can traverse moss-covered hills or follow days-long trails through the highlands. Downhill and cross-country skiers will find wintery slopes to explore in the Westfjords. Even surfers can join a welcoming community of dedicated wave-riders along the coast. From the mountains to the ocean, Iceland is packed with landscapes ripe for exploration.

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