Experience the Northern Lights during winter activities in Iceland
In Iceland you can experience amazing winter activities under the gaze of the Northern Lights; which is unique to most other winter holiday destinations.
Iceland has various breathtaking icecaps waiting to be explored. Imagine climbing the Svinafellsjokull glacier tongue, transversing between different glacial formations or Ice climbing at the Solheimajokull glacier, learning the ropes and discovering Icelandís magical landscape for yourself under the spectacular Northern Lights.
The country has some beautiful ski resorts and ski areas for you to enjoy some incredible skiing and snowboarding. The Hlidarfjall ski resort, located in the capital of the north, Akureyri, is one of Icelandís most popular resorts and caters for beginners through to upper intermediates. There are many cross-country skiing trails and walking routes within the resortís limits, as well as the Kjarnaskogur forest area. The resort is open from 10th November 2010.
For those who enjoy an adventure, snowmobile tours will prove to be the best outdoor winter activity. Snowmobile tours will allow you to mix adventure with sightseeing, whilst tackling Ice and snow with speeds up to 40mph.
This winter, levels of Northern Lights activity is set to be sensational. This is due to the intensity of the Northern Lights being affected by an 11-year solar cycle, for which the cycle is reaching its peak between 2011 and 2013 within the Northern Hemisphere.
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