Mother and Daughter Hike Across Iceland

Mother and Daughter Hike Across Iceland
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Two Icelandic women, Iðunn Bragadóttir and her 20-year-old daughter, Þóra Dagný Stefánsdóttir, have spent 32 days traversing Iceland. The duo started on the Reykjanes peninsula and hiked diagonally, southwest to northeast, across the country to Langanes Point. The 786km route is one of the longest possible ways to traverse Iceland.   Þóra had planned to travel overseas for the summer, but when COVID-19 hit, she came up with a new, particularly vigorous kind of staycation. This was not the first time that the pair have trekked together. Five years ago, they hiked the 800km Way of St. James in Spain. During the Iceland trek, they walked from 16 to 40km a day, depending on the terrain and weather. “It took us 7 to 12 hours a day,”. said ðunn. “We laughed about it ranging from a regular work day to... .... Continue Reading at Explorers Web



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