Iceland. One step at a time.

Our focus is on nature, slow travel, mindfulness and the amazing surroundings that we visit.

Walk On Tours

Experience Iceland like a local, with a local
Wetlands with Ásfjall in the distance

Ásfjall & Ástjörn

An easy walk through a nature reserve in the capital region, where many birds nest.

Price

$40 per guest (18+)
$20 per child (2-17)

Mt. Keilir seen across mossy lava fields

Mt. Keilir

An adventurous hike to one of Iceland’s most well known mountains.

Duration

5-6 hours

Price

$300 per guest (18+)
$250 per child (2-17)
$1200 for a group of 5-14 guests

Mt. Helgafell summit views

Mt. Helgafell

A joyful experience and one that is held in high regard by the people of Hafnarfjörður.

Duration

2-3 hours

Price

$60 per guest (18+)
$30 per child (2-17)

Mt. Esja seen from Reykjavík

Mt. Esja

Hike the mountain that is backdrop of Iceland´s capital area and be rewarded with amazing views!

Duration

3-4 hours

Price

$100 per guest (18+)
$50 per child (2-17)

A volcano erupting with hot magma spewing into the air

The Wild Side

Iceland is an island that is very much alive and can be dangerous to wander through without the necessary precautions. Let us guide you safely without hurting yourself or nature.

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Let's plan your wild walk together!

A close up of an observation platform

Your Own Adventure

The possibilities are endless and the limit is only your imagination!

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Let's plan your adventure together!

Why Choose Us

Local knowledge

Experience Iceland like a local, with a local.

Peace and quiet

Enjoy being in nature and being a part of nature, without being surrounded by other people.

Mindfulness

Our focus is on nature, slow travel, mindfulness and the amazing surroundings that we visit.

Small groups

Personal tours in a small group (maximum of 14 guests, usually smaller), or even a private tour if you prefer.

Meet your guide

Magnús started his guiding career as a fishing guide for salmon fishermen. His love for nature and passion for hikes led him to starting Walk-On Iceland. Walks in the capital area´s hidden gems have been important to him and now he wants to give others the oportunity to experience it. A city council man in Reykjavík, a lawyer focusing on human rights and now a tour guide, Magnús wants to introduce you to the magic that lives in Icelandic nature.