Kverkfjöll Snowmobile Tour

Come with us to Kverkfjöll, a volcanic system that is still moderately active.

A snowmobile ride on Kverkfjöll is truly an experience of a lifetime and is a great adventure for, for example as a workplace trip or a for a group of friends who want to have an unforgettable journey.

The last eruption in Kverkfjöll took place on the ice-free fissure swarm about 1300 years ago, producing about a 20 km2 lava flow. The intervals between eruptions have varied from decades to thousands of years.

The 130 km long system lies on the Northern volcanic zone and consists of a central volcano rising to 1933 m a.s.l. and a fissure swarm trending NNE.
The central volcano is partly covered by up to 400 m thick ice and features two ice-filled calderas, each with a maximum diameter of 9 km.
The characteristic activity is explosive basaltic eruptions on the ice-covered part and effusive basaltic eruptions on the ice-free part of the system. The volume of tephra is generally small to moderate. The largest lava flow covers over 80 km2. Eruptions on the ice-covered part are accompanied by glacier runs.

Please note: This tour is not for first-time drivers!

The basic price for a 6 hr tour is ISK 90,000 per person based on one person a snowmobile, every hour after that is ISK 7,500 per snowmobile. A tour to Kverkfjöll takes about 6-8 hours.
Lunch is not included and people are strongly advised to bring their own packed lunch for this tour.


Included in the price is

  • Guide
  • Snowmobile
  • Helmet, warm overalls, mittens and buff.

Please note: This tour is not for first-time drivers!
Minimum 4 people, maximum 10 people.

Please book your tour via email at info@glacierjourney.is



The Glacier Lagoon | Gps: 64.048096, -16.178778


  • A valid driver’s license is required to operate the snowmobile.
  • Good outdoor clothing and hiking boots are required.
  • A reasonable level of fitness is required for all our tours.
  • It is the customer’s responsibility to inform our guides if they have any kind of health issue.
  • There is a 48 hours’ cancellation policy; customers will receive a 90% refund if they cancel the tour at least 48 hours before departure. No refund is provided if the notice is less than 48 hours.
  • If the tour is canceled by Glacier Journey for some reason, i.e. due to weather, customers will receive a full refund.
  • Glacier Journey does not assume any responsibility for accidents that are caused by its customers or can be traced to their own actions.
  • All our tours are undertaken on the responsibility of its participants.
  • Glacier Journey cannot make sure that no other person or other unrelated groups are in the area at the same time as our tours.