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Disc Golf

Frisbee Golf or Disc Golf is played like traditional golf, but instead of using clubs, you make use of Frisbee discs. The goal is to play each hole in the fewest throws possible. You start off at designated areas for each hole. The next throw is taken where the disc lands, and so on until you've managed to throw the Frisbee into the basket.  After players have teed off, the player whose disc is the furthest away from the hole throws first. The player with the lowest total throws for the entire course wins, just like in regular golf. 


A fun 9 hole course was set up in Fáskrúðsfjörður in 2018. 

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Egilsstaðir - Tjarnargarðurinn

The disc golf course in Tjarnargarðurinn is centrally located in Egilsstaðir. The course is located in a small park situated only a few minutes from the local swimming pool. The course was opened in 2015 and had 6 accessible holes.

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The disc golf course in Eiðar is situated on the banks of lake Eiðar. The 9 hole course was set up during the summer of 2018 and has since been a very popular activity for tourists and locals in the area.


The 9 hole disc golf course in Hallormsstaður was set up in 2020. Hallormsstaður is a very well-known holiday spot located in Iceland's biggest forest. Close by; you can find excellent campsites, lake Lagarfljót, and beautiful hiking trails and waterfalls. 




During the summer of 2020, a 6 hole course was designed in Breiðdalsvík. The course leads you through the tiny town, which no traveler should leave unseen on their trip through Austurland. The course was originally designed as a 9 hole course which will be added in the near future.

Borgarfjörður eystri

In Borgarfjörður eystri you can find a beautiful 9 hole course. Situated just above the local campsite you can play disc golf amongst the elves! 

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Möðrudalur á Fjöllum

In this remote and unusual place, you can find a small 3-hole course in the middle of nowhere. Certainly not something you get to do every day! If you're in the area, why not check, throwing a frisbee in the remote wilderness of Iceland, off your bucket list?


Protecting the town of Neskaupstaður are huge, man-made snow avalanche barriers. Around those barriers a fun and challenging 9-hole disc golf course was set up in 2016. 

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In the remote, but beautiful town of Seyðisfjörður a 9-hole disc golf course was installed during the summer of 2019. Seyðisfjörður is one of Iceland's most well-known towns for its sheer beauty and artistic value. 

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