Autumn Colours                                                                              

Do you enjoy being in nature?

Are you interested in Icelandic flora?

Do you love to collect mushrooms and berries?

Would you like to learn about the use of plants in the past and present?

Your walk starts at Tourist Information in Ísafjörður, passing through the small town of 2600 inhabitants, and up to the mountain slopes above Ísafjörður. On the way through town, you will see houses from the heyday of Ísafjörður and learn interesting things about the town, its history and culture.

At the slopes, surrounded by nature, you get an insight into Icelandic vegetation and see plants in their natural habitat. Our guide will show you the plants, named them, and tell you interesting facts about the wild flora and their use in the past and present. You will also learn in an easy way, something about the geologic formation of the Westfjords, while you experience the wonderful view of the fjord and surrounding valleys.
You will be fascinated by the Icelandic nature and enjoy the special atmosphere - where even the stones smell!
At the end of the hike it will be possible to visit the tourist guide´s garden.

It is possible to extend the Ísafjörður Walk by one hour with this one at 10:00 or book only this walk at 14:00.

Daily  1. sept. – 15. Oct. at 14:00

Meeting point: Tourist Information Center

Elevation: up to 80 m     

Duration: 2,5-3 hours

Group size: 2-10 people

Price for one: 10.500 ISK (children up to 14 free), for 8-10 people 9.500 ISK

(for only one 18.000 ISK)

 
 

To make a booking, please contact me. I will answer you quickly.

Wild Herb Teas                              

Buy a Wild Herb Tea after your walk

an Abstergent Tea                                          

 

     

 

or a Strengthening Tea

 

20g 600 ISK                                                                                                   

 

 

 

 

 

Buy a wild herb tee

from the plants you had see on your walk on the slopes around Isaförður

Photo: Tina Bauer