ATV - Quad Mad
Quad biking in iceland – go mad in the mountains
Cars and coaches are fine, but to really experience Icelandic nature you need more. Quad biking in Iceland puts you in the raw air of nature. You are in the driving seat, backed by incredible scenery, stunning views and pure adrenaline. It’s your chance to go wild in the mountains! Most of our tours are perfect for beginners. Quad Mad tends to suit riders with a little bit of experience, and/or those who are in good shape. At 3 hours, this ATV adventure takes you on an action-tour of changing landscapes, river crossings and mountain views.
Reykjavik is a unique city, because raw nature is so close. That means we can get you from your hotel* to our quad biking base camp within 15 minutes. After safety and operating instructions, you’re ready to hit the trail.
From base camp, our expert guides will show you the back-country trails of Mosfellsdallur valley. In the shadow of Esja (the Reykjavik mountain), you’ll test your quad bike out on a variety of terrains – asphalt, gravel, rocks and mud, river crossings and old bridges. From stunning valleys to steep slopes and mountain peaks. You’ll take your quad bikes all the way – i.e. to the peaks of two stunning mountains: Hafrafjall and Úlfarsfjall. And if you thought the drive up was amazing, wait ‘til you see the views. Each mountain offers something special: from the whole Reykjavik area to the Reykjanes peninsula.
Price 2018 | £ 227
Included: Transfer to & from Reykjavík, overall, gloves and helmet. Guiding in English.
The price is based on two people sharing a quad bike. You can pay extra to drive your own bike.
Duration: +/- 4,5 hours (+/- 3 hour on the bike).
Period: All year. Daily.
Difficulty: You need relatively good physical condition and a little experience of driving quads.
Minimum nr. of participants: 2 adults.
Age limit: 6 years for passangers.
Prices children: Yes.
Basic requirements: A valid driving license for all persons wishing to drive the quad bikes.
Other info: Bring good Shoes.
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