Into the Glacier - Reykjavik
Langjökull's western position means the tunnel is perfect to combine with other experiences in the area, such as the Golden Circle!
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Directions to Into the Glacier
On the second largest glacier in Iceland, Langjökull, at a height of 1200 meters above sea level, lies one of the largest ice caves in the world. 200 meters (650 ft.) long and reach down to a depth of 30 (100 ft. - about 5 floors) meters below its highest point.
The situation of Langjökull glacier in the west of Iceland means it is easily accessible from Reykjavík and simple to combine with other day trips from the city. It is already a popular site for snowmobiling, as operated by The Mountaineers of Iceland.
The winding system of tunnels are about 2 meters (6 ft.) wide and feature ice sculptures, artowork and a chapel. The decor will is minimalistic, with everything possible being done to emphasise and accentuate the natural ice of the glacier, with dramatic lighting and as much as possible being sculpted out of ice, including the chapel's pulpit and pews