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22. February 2020

Þristur winter runs - Egilsstaðir

Þristur winter runs are a series of six 10 kilometers runs in Egilsstaðir the last Saturday in each month from Oktober to Mars. The start is from the Sports house in Egilsstaðir 11:00
11:00 Egilsstaðir

Pressure - Seyðisfjörður

The exhibition Pressure will open on Friday 17. January at 20:00 in the gallery of Skaftfell Center for Visual Art. The exhibition is the result of a printmaking workshop held by the Iceland University of the Arts (LHÍ) in Seyðisfjörður, East Iceland. The workshop is a collaboration between LHÍ, Skaftfell Center for Visual Art, FOSS editions and the Technical Museum of East Iceland. The workshop started on 6. January 2020 and the group consists of 14 students from the academy as well as two exchange students. By participating in the workshop the students developed a deeper understanding of the printmaking process and key elements in the production of a printed work under the guidance of printmaking-specialists Sigurður Atli Sigurðsson, Linus Lohmann and Litten Nystrøm. During the course a silkscreen printing workshop was constructed at the gallery at Skaftfell where as the participants worked individually on at least one editioned graphic work. The students have used a variety of printing methods to create their edition. The individual works—and the workshop itself—forms this exhibition. In collaboration with: Iceland University of the Arts, Skaftfell Center for Visual Art, FOSS editions, Technical Museum of East Iceland Sponsors: Austri Brewing, Omnom Chocolate
Seyðisfjörður

KÖLD music festival - Neskaupstaður

KK - Söngbók Guðmundar R. - Auður - Magnús og Jóhann KÖLD music Festival 20-23 February. Ticket for all the concerts is 6.990 ISK Tickets
Neskaupstaður

23. February 2020

Þristur winter runs - Egilsstaðir

Þristur winter runs are a series of six 10 kilometers runs in Egilsstaðir the last Saturday in each month from Oktober to Mars. The start is from the Sports house in Egilsstaðir 11:00
11:00 Egilsstaðir

Pressure - Seyðisfjörður

The exhibition Pressure will open on Friday 17. January at 20:00 in the gallery of Skaftfell Center for Visual Art. The exhibition is the result of a printmaking workshop held by the Iceland University of the Arts (LHÍ) in Seyðisfjörður, East Iceland. The workshop is a collaboration between LHÍ, Skaftfell Center for Visual Art, FOSS editions and the Technical Museum of East Iceland. The workshop started on 6. January 2020 and the group consists of 14 students from the academy as well as two exchange students. By participating in the workshop the students developed a deeper understanding of the printmaking process and key elements in the production of a printed work under the guidance of printmaking-specialists Sigurður Atli Sigurðsson, Linus Lohmann and Litten Nystrøm. During the course a silkscreen printing workshop was constructed at the gallery at Skaftfell where as the participants worked individually on at least one editioned graphic work. The students have used a variety of printing methods to create their edition. The individual works—and the workshop itself—forms this exhibition. In collaboration with: Iceland University of the Arts, Skaftfell Center for Visual Art, FOSS editions, Technical Museum of East Iceland Sponsors: Austri Brewing, Omnom Chocolate
Seyðisfjörður

KÖLD music festival - Neskaupstaður

KK - Söngbók Guðmundar R. - Auður - Magnús og Jóhann KÖLD music Festival 20-23 February. Ticket for all the concerts is 6.990 ISK Tickets
Neskaupstaður

24. February 2020

Þristur winter runs - Egilsstaðir

Þristur winter runs are a series of six 10 kilometers runs in Egilsstaðir the last Saturday in each month from Oktober to Mars. The start is from the Sports house in Egilsstaðir 11:00
11:00 Egilsstaðir

Pressure - Seyðisfjörður

The exhibition Pressure will open on Friday 17. January at 20:00 in the gallery of Skaftfell Center for Visual Art. The exhibition is the result of a printmaking workshop held by the Iceland University of the Arts (LHÍ) in Seyðisfjörður, East Iceland. The workshop is a collaboration between LHÍ, Skaftfell Center for Visual Art, FOSS editions and the Technical Museum of East Iceland. The workshop started on 6. January 2020 and the group consists of 14 students from the academy as well as two exchange students. By participating in the workshop the students developed a deeper understanding of the printmaking process and key elements in the production of a printed work under the guidance of printmaking-specialists Sigurður Atli Sigurðsson, Linus Lohmann and Litten Nystrøm. During the course a silkscreen printing workshop was constructed at the gallery at Skaftfell where as the participants worked individually on at least one editioned graphic work. The students have used a variety of printing methods to create their edition. The individual works—and the workshop itself—forms this exhibition. In collaboration with: Iceland University of the Arts, Skaftfell Center for Visual Art, FOSS editions, Technical Museum of East Iceland Sponsors: Austri Brewing, Omnom Chocolate
Seyðisfjörður

25. February 2020

Þristur winter runs - Egilsstaðir

Þristur winter runs are a series of six 10 kilometers runs in Egilsstaðir the last Saturday in each month from Oktober to Mars. The start is from the Sports house in Egilsstaðir 11:00
11:00 Egilsstaðir

Pressure - Seyðisfjörður

The exhibition Pressure will open on Friday 17. January at 20:00 in the gallery of Skaftfell Center for Visual Art. The exhibition is the result of a printmaking workshop held by the Iceland University of the Arts (LHÍ) in Seyðisfjörður, East Iceland. The workshop is a collaboration between LHÍ, Skaftfell Center for Visual Art, FOSS editions and the Technical Museum of East Iceland. The workshop started on 6. January 2020 and the group consists of 14 students from the academy as well as two exchange students. By participating in the workshop the students developed a deeper understanding of the printmaking process and key elements in the production of a printed work under the guidance of printmaking-specialists Sigurður Atli Sigurðsson, Linus Lohmann and Litten Nystrøm. During the course a silkscreen printing workshop was constructed at the gallery at Skaftfell where as the participants worked individually on at least one editioned graphic work. The students have used a variety of printing methods to create their edition. The individual works—and the workshop itself—forms this exhibition. In collaboration with: Iceland University of the Arts, Skaftfell Center for Visual Art, FOSS editions, Technical Museum of East Iceland Sponsors: Austri Brewing, Omnom Chocolate
Seyðisfjörður

26. February 2020

Þristur winter runs - Egilsstaðir

Þristur winter runs are a series of six 10 kilometers runs in Egilsstaðir the last Saturday in each month from Oktober to Mars. The start is from the Sports house in Egilsstaðir 11:00
11:00 Egilsstaðir

Pressure - Seyðisfjörður

The exhibition Pressure will open on Friday 17. January at 20:00 in the gallery of Skaftfell Center for Visual Art. The exhibition is the result of a printmaking workshop held by the Iceland University of the Arts (LHÍ) in Seyðisfjörður, East Iceland. The workshop is a collaboration between LHÍ, Skaftfell Center for Visual Art, FOSS editions and the Technical Museum of East Iceland. The workshop started on 6. January 2020 and the group consists of 14 students from the academy as well as two exchange students. By participating in the workshop the students developed a deeper understanding of the printmaking process and key elements in the production of a printed work under the guidance of printmaking-specialists Sigurður Atli Sigurðsson, Linus Lohmann and Litten Nystrøm. During the course a silkscreen printing workshop was constructed at the gallery at Skaftfell where as the participants worked individually on at least one editioned graphic work. The students have used a variety of printing methods to create their edition. The individual works—and the workshop itself—forms this exhibition. In collaboration with: Iceland University of the Arts, Skaftfell Center for Visual Art, FOSS editions, Technical Museum of East Iceland Sponsors: Austri Brewing, Omnom Chocolate
Seyðisfjörður

27. February 2020

Þristur winter runs - Egilsstaðir

Þristur winter runs are a series of six 10 kilometers runs in Egilsstaðir the last Saturday in each month from Oktober to Mars. The start is from the Sports house in Egilsstaðir 11:00
11:00 Egilsstaðir

Pressure - Seyðisfjörður

The exhibition Pressure will open on Friday 17. January at 20:00 in the gallery of Skaftfell Center for Visual Art. The exhibition is the result of a printmaking workshop held by the Iceland University of the Arts (LHÍ) in Seyðisfjörður, East Iceland. The workshop is a collaboration between LHÍ, Skaftfell Center for Visual Art, FOSS editions and the Technical Museum of East Iceland. The workshop started on 6. January 2020 and the group consists of 14 students from the academy as well as two exchange students. By participating in the workshop the students developed a deeper understanding of the printmaking process and key elements in the production of a printed work under the guidance of printmaking-specialists Sigurður Atli Sigurðsson, Linus Lohmann and Litten Nystrøm. During the course a silkscreen printing workshop was constructed at the gallery at Skaftfell where as the participants worked individually on at least one editioned graphic work. The students have used a variety of printing methods to create their edition. The individual works—and the workshop itself—forms this exhibition. In collaboration with: Iceland University of the Arts, Skaftfell Center for Visual Art, FOSS editions, Technical Museum of East Iceland Sponsors: Austri Brewing, Omnom Chocolate
Seyðisfjörður

28. February 2020

Þristur winter runs - Egilsstaðir

Þristur winter runs are a series of six 10 kilometers runs in Egilsstaðir the last Saturday in each month from Oktober to Mars. The start is from the Sports house in Egilsstaðir 11:00
11:00 Egilsstaðir

Pressure - Seyðisfjörður

The exhibition Pressure will open on Friday 17. January at 20:00 in the gallery of Skaftfell Center for Visual Art. The exhibition is the result of a printmaking workshop held by the Iceland University of the Arts (LHÍ) in Seyðisfjörður, East Iceland. The workshop is a collaboration between LHÍ, Skaftfell Center for Visual Art, FOSS editions and the Technical Museum of East Iceland. The workshop started on 6. January 2020 and the group consists of 14 students from the academy as well as two exchange students. By participating in the workshop the students developed a deeper understanding of the printmaking process and key elements in the production of a printed work under the guidance of printmaking-specialists Sigurður Atli Sigurðsson, Linus Lohmann and Litten Nystrøm. During the course a silkscreen printing workshop was constructed at the gallery at Skaftfell where as the participants worked individually on at least one editioned graphic work. The students have used a variety of printing methods to create their edition. The individual works—and the workshop itself—forms this exhibition. In collaboration with: Iceland University of the Arts, Skaftfell Center for Visual Art, FOSS editions, Technical Museum of East Iceland Sponsors: Austri Brewing, Omnom Chocolate
Seyðisfjörður

Austurland Freeride Festival

Austurland Freeride Festival is a freeride ski festival in Austurland, East Iceland
Fjarðabyggð

29. February 2020

Þristur winter runs - Egilsstaðir

Þristur winter runs are a series of six 10 kilometers runs in Egilsstaðir the last Saturday in each month from Oktober to Mars. The start is from the Sports house in Egilsstaðir 11:00
11:00 Egilsstaðir

Pressure - Seyðisfjörður

The exhibition Pressure will open on Friday 17. January at 20:00 in the gallery of Skaftfell Center for Visual Art. The exhibition is the result of a printmaking workshop held by the Iceland University of the Arts (LHÍ) in Seyðisfjörður, East Iceland. The workshop is a collaboration between LHÍ, Skaftfell Center for Visual Art, FOSS editions and the Technical Museum of East Iceland. The workshop started on 6. January 2020 and the group consists of 14 students from the academy as well as two exchange students. By participating in the workshop the students developed a deeper understanding of the printmaking process and key elements in the production of a printed work under the guidance of printmaking-specialists Sigurður Atli Sigurðsson, Linus Lohmann and Litten Nystrøm. During the course a silkscreen printing workshop was constructed at the gallery at Skaftfell where as the participants worked individually on at least one editioned graphic work. The students have used a variety of printing methods to create their edition. The individual works—and the workshop itself—forms this exhibition. In collaboration with: Iceland University of the Arts, Skaftfell Center for Visual Art, FOSS editions, Technical Museum of East Iceland Sponsors: Austri Brewing, Omnom Chocolate
Seyðisfjörður

Austurland Freeride Festival

Austurland Freeride Festival is a freeride ski festival in Austurland, East Iceland
Fjarðabyggð

1. March 2020

Þristur winter runs - Egilsstaðir

Þristur winter runs are a series of six 10 kilometers runs in Egilsstaðir the last Saturday in each month from Oktober to Mars. The start is from the Sports house in Egilsstaðir 11:00
11:00 Egilsstaðir

Pressure - Seyðisfjörður

The exhibition Pressure will open on Friday 17. January at 20:00 in the gallery of Skaftfell Center for Visual Art. The exhibition is the result of a printmaking workshop held by the Iceland University of the Arts (LHÍ) in Seyðisfjörður, East Iceland. The workshop is a collaboration between LHÍ, Skaftfell Center for Visual Art, FOSS editions and the Technical Museum of East Iceland. The workshop started on 6. January 2020 and the group consists of 14 students from the academy as well as two exchange students. By participating in the workshop the students developed a deeper understanding of the printmaking process and key elements in the production of a printed work under the guidance of printmaking-specialists Sigurður Atli Sigurðsson, Linus Lohmann and Litten Nystrøm. During the course a silkscreen printing workshop was constructed at the gallery at Skaftfell where as the participants worked individually on at least one editioned graphic work. The students have used a variety of printing methods to create their edition. The individual works—and the workshop itself—forms this exhibition. In collaboration with: Iceland University of the Arts, Skaftfell Center for Visual Art, FOSS editions, Technical Museum of East Iceland Sponsors: Austri Brewing, Omnom Chocolate
Seyðisfjörður

Austurland Freeride Festival

Austurland Freeride Festival is a freeride ski festival in Austurland, East Iceland
Fjarðabyggð

2. March 2020

Þristur winter runs - Egilsstaðir

Þristur winter runs are a series of six 10 kilometers runs in Egilsstaðir the last Saturday in each month from Oktober to Mars. The start is from the Sports house in Egilsstaðir 11:00
11:00 Egilsstaðir

Pressure - Seyðisfjörður

The exhibition Pressure will open on Friday 17. January at 20:00 in the gallery of Skaftfell Center for Visual Art. The exhibition is the result of a printmaking workshop held by the Iceland University of the Arts (LHÍ) in Seyðisfjörður, East Iceland. The workshop is a collaboration between LHÍ, Skaftfell Center for Visual Art, FOSS editions and the Technical Museum of East Iceland. The workshop started on 6. January 2020 and the group consists of 14 students from the academy as well as two exchange students. By participating in the workshop the students developed a deeper understanding of the printmaking process and key elements in the production of a printed work under the guidance of printmaking-specialists Sigurður Atli Sigurðsson, Linus Lohmann and Litten Nystrøm. During the course a silkscreen printing workshop was constructed at the gallery at Skaftfell where as the participants worked individually on at least one editioned graphic work. The students have used a variety of printing methods to create their edition. The individual works—and the workshop itself—forms this exhibition. In collaboration with: Iceland University of the Arts, Skaftfell Center for Visual Art, FOSS editions, Technical Museum of East Iceland Sponsors: Austri Brewing, Omnom Chocolate
Seyðisfjörður

3. March 2020

Þristur winter runs - Egilsstaðir

Þristur winter runs are a series of six 10 kilometers runs in Egilsstaðir the last Saturday in each month from Oktober to Mars. The start is from the Sports house in Egilsstaðir 11:00
11:00 Egilsstaðir

Pressure - Seyðisfjörður

The exhibition Pressure will open on Friday 17. January at 20:00 in the gallery of Skaftfell Center for Visual Art. The exhibition is the result of a printmaking workshop held by the Iceland University of the Arts (LHÍ) in Seyðisfjörður, East Iceland. The workshop is a collaboration between LHÍ, Skaftfell Center for Visual Art, FOSS editions and the Technical Museum of East Iceland. The workshop started on 6. January 2020 and the group consists of 14 students from the academy as well as two exchange students. By participating in the workshop the students developed a deeper understanding of the printmaking process and key elements in the production of a printed work under the guidance of printmaking-specialists Sigurður Atli Sigurðsson, Linus Lohmann and Litten Nystrøm. During the course a silkscreen printing workshop was constructed at the gallery at Skaftfell where as the participants worked individually on at least one editioned graphic work. The students have used a variety of printing methods to create their edition. The individual works—and the workshop itself—forms this exhibition. In collaboration with: Iceland University of the Arts, Skaftfell Center for Visual Art, FOSS editions, Technical Museum of East Iceland Sponsors: Austri Brewing, Omnom Chocolate
Seyðisfjörður

4. March 2020

Þristur winter runs - Egilsstaðir

Þristur winter runs are a series of six 10 kilometers runs in Egilsstaðir the last Saturday in each month from Oktober to Mars. The start is from the Sports house in Egilsstaðir 11:00
11:00 Egilsstaðir

5. March 2020

Þristur winter runs - Egilsstaðir

Þristur winter runs are a series of six 10 kilometers runs in Egilsstaðir the last Saturday in each month from Oktober to Mars. The start is from the Sports house in Egilsstaðir 11:00
11:00 Egilsstaðir

6. March 2020

Þristur winter runs - Egilsstaðir

Þristur winter runs are a series of six 10 kilometers runs in Egilsstaðir the last Saturday in each month from Oktober to Mars. The start is from the Sports house in Egilsstaðir 11:00
11:00 Egilsstaðir

7. March 2020

Þristur winter runs - Egilsstaðir

Þristur winter runs are a series of six 10 kilometers runs in Egilsstaðir the last Saturday in each month from Oktober to Mars. The start is from the Sports house in Egilsstaðir 11:00
11:00 Egilsstaðir

8. March 2020

Þristur winter runs - Egilsstaðir

Þristur winter runs are a series of six 10 kilometers runs in Egilsstaðir the last Saturday in each month from Oktober to Mars. The start is from the Sports house in Egilsstaðir 11:00
11:00 Egilsstaðir

9. March 2020

Þristur winter runs - Egilsstaðir

Þristur winter runs are a series of six 10 kilometers runs in Egilsstaðir the last Saturday in each month from Oktober to Mars. The start is from the Sports house in Egilsstaðir 11:00
11:00 Egilsstaðir

10. March 2020

Þristur winter runs - Egilsstaðir

Þristur winter runs are a series of six 10 kilometers runs in Egilsstaðir the last Saturday in each month from Oktober to Mars. The start is from the Sports house in Egilsstaðir 11:00
11:00 Egilsstaðir

11. March 2020

Þristur winter runs - Egilsstaðir

Þristur winter runs are a series of six 10 kilometers runs in Egilsstaðir the last Saturday in each month from Oktober to Mars. The start is from the Sports house in Egilsstaðir 11:00
11:00 Egilsstaðir

12. March 2020

Þristur winter runs - Egilsstaðir

Þristur winter runs are a series of six 10 kilometers runs in Egilsstaðir the last Saturday in each month from Oktober to Mars. The start is from the Sports house in Egilsstaðir 11:00
11:00 Egilsstaðir

Hans Klaufi - Neskaupstaður

Children play in Icelandic in Egilsbúð, Neskaupstaður
17:30-18:30 Neskaupstaður

13. March 2020

Þristur winter runs - Egilsstaðir

Þristur winter runs are a series of six 10 kilometers runs in Egilsstaðir the last Saturday in each month from Oktober to Mars. The start is from the Sports house in Egilsstaðir 11:00
11:00 Egilsstaðir

14. March 2020

Þristur winter runs - Egilsstaðir

Þristur winter runs are a series of six 10 kilometers runs in Egilsstaðir the last Saturday in each month from Oktober to Mars. The start is from the Sports house in Egilsstaðir 11:00
11:00 Egilsstaðir

15. March 2020

Þristur winter runs - Egilsstaðir

Þristur winter runs are a series of six 10 kilometers runs in Egilsstaðir the last Saturday in each month from Oktober to Mars. The start is from the Sports house in Egilsstaðir 11:00
11:00 Egilsstaðir

16. March 2020

Þristur winter runs - Egilsstaðir

Þristur winter runs are a series of six 10 kilometers runs in Egilsstaðir the last Saturday in each month from Oktober to Mars. The start is from the Sports house in Egilsstaðir 11:00
11:00 Egilsstaðir

17. March 2020

Þristur winter runs - Egilsstaðir

Þristur winter runs are a series of six 10 kilometers runs in Egilsstaðir the last Saturday in each month from Oktober to Mars. The start is from the Sports house in Egilsstaðir 11:00
11:00 Egilsstaðir

18. March 2020

Þristur winter runs - Egilsstaðir

Þristur winter runs are a series of six 10 kilometers runs in Egilsstaðir the last Saturday in each month from Oktober to Mars. The start is from the Sports house in Egilsstaðir 11:00
11:00 Egilsstaðir

19. March 2020

Þristur winter runs - Egilsstaðir

Þristur winter runs are a series of six 10 kilometers runs in Egilsstaðir the last Saturday in each month from Oktober to Mars. The start is from the Sports house in Egilsstaðir 11:00
11:00 Egilsstaðir

20. March 2020

Þristur winter runs - Egilsstaðir

Þristur winter runs are a series of six 10 kilometers runs in Egilsstaðir the last Saturday in each month from Oktober to Mars. The start is from the Sports house in Egilsstaðir 11:00
11:00 Egilsstaðir

21. March 2020

Þristur winter runs - Egilsstaðir

Þristur winter runs are a series of six 10 kilometers runs in Egilsstaðir the last Saturday in each month from Oktober to Mars. The start is from the Sports house in Egilsstaðir 11:00
11:00 Egilsstaðir

22. March 2020

Þristur winter runs - Egilsstaðir

Þristur winter runs are a series of six 10 kilometers runs in Egilsstaðir the last Saturday in each month from Oktober to Mars. The start is from the Sports house in Egilsstaðir 11:00
11:00 Egilsstaðir

23. March 2020

Þristur winter runs - Egilsstaðir

Þristur winter runs are a series of six 10 kilometers runs in Egilsstaðir the last Saturday in each month from Oktober to Mars. The start is from the Sports house in Egilsstaðir 11:00
11:00 Egilsstaðir

24. March 2020

Þristur winter runs - Egilsstaðir

Þristur winter runs are a series of six 10 kilometers runs in Egilsstaðir the last Saturday in each month from Oktober to Mars. The start is from the Sports house in Egilsstaðir 11:00
11:00 Egilsstaðir

25. March 2020

Þristur winter runs - Egilsstaðir

Þristur winter runs are a series of six 10 kilometers runs in Egilsstaðir the last Saturday in each month from Oktober to Mars. The start is from the Sports house in Egilsstaðir 11:00
11:00 Egilsstaðir

26. March 2020

Þristur winter runs - Egilsstaðir

Þristur winter runs are a series of six 10 kilometers runs in Egilsstaðir the last Saturday in each month from Oktober to Mars. The start is from the Sports house in Egilsstaðir 11:00
11:00 Egilsstaðir

27. March 2020

Þristur winter runs - Egilsstaðir

Þristur winter runs are a series of six 10 kilometers runs in Egilsstaðir the last Saturday in each month from Oktober to Mars. The start is from the Sports house in Egilsstaðir 11:00
11:00 Egilsstaðir

28. March 2020

Þristur winter runs - Egilsstaðir

Þristur winter runs are a series of six 10 kilometers runs in Egilsstaðir the last Saturday in each month from Oktober to Mars. The start is from the Sports house in Egilsstaðir 11:00
11:00 Egilsstaðir

23. April 2020

Hammond Festival - Djúpivogur

A four-day music festival where the main purpose is to honor and introduce the Hammond pipe. Local artists and well-known artists play their music at the festival. The festival is always held on the first day of summer.
Djúpivogur

24. April 2020

Hammond Festival - Djúpivogur

A four-day music festival where the main purpose is to honor and introduce the Hammond pipe. Local artists and well-known artists play their music at the festival. The festival is always held on the first day of summer.
Djúpivogur

25. April 2020

Hammond Festival - Djúpivogur

A four-day music festival where the main purpose is to honor and introduce the Hammond pipe. Local artists and well-known artists play their music at the festival. The festival is always held on the first day of summer.
Djúpivogur

26. April 2020

Hammond Festival - Djúpivogur

A four-day music festival where the main purpose is to honor and introduce the Hammond pipe. Local artists and well-known artists play their music at the festival. The festival is always held on the first day of summer.
Djúpivogur

29. May 2020

Mountain skiing weekend in Wilderness Center

Mountain Skiing weekend in Wilderness Center. For more info contact wildboys@wildboys.is Price per person 79.900 ISK
16:00-12:00 Wilderness Center

30. May 2020

Mountain skiing weekend in Wilderness Center

Mountain Skiing weekend in Wilderness Center. For more info contact wildboys@wildboys.is Price per person 79.900 ISK
16:00-12:00 Wilderness Center

31. May 2020

Mountain skiing weekend in Wilderness Center

Mountain Skiing weekend in Wilderness Center. For more info contact wildboys@wildboys.is Price per person 79.900 ISK
16:00-12:00 Wilderness Center

1. June 2020

Mountain skiing weekend in Wilderness Center

Mountain Skiing weekend in Wilderness Center. For more info contact wildboys@wildboys.is Price per person 79.900 ISK
16:00-12:00 Wilderness Center

20. June 2020

Fjarðabyggð Hiking Week

FJARÐABYGGÐ HIKING WEEK A WEEK-LONG HIKING FESTIVAL The last week in June which includes two Saturdays is the time to come for Fjarðabyggð Hiking Week. This is one of Iceland's biggest outdoor recreation events, a whole eight days of entertainment and organized activities to suit the entire family. Get on your feet and try it out, enjoying the nature of the East Fjords in all its splendor and variety! The week's program spans from family walk to historical walks and even to challenges for hiking mountaineers, as well as categories in between. The youngest generation can participate in an outdoor activities course. Evening entertainment is provided every day, including singing, music, and parties. During the eight days of Fjarðabyggð Hiking Week, numerous walks and hikes are offered, varying in length and graded for their difficulty. Scheduled entertainment, such as communal singing, provides a pleasant conclusion to every day. You can either pay for individual events or you can buy a pass that will allow admission to all events. The five mountains are a fun challenge for all participants. Regularly, five mountains are chosen to represent the mountains of Fjarðabyggð in the hiking week and those who climb these mountains during the week get the honorary title Fjarðabyggð Mountain Hiker. For children 15 years old or younger, hiking three of those mountains will suffice to obtain the desirable title. During the hiking week, organizers have offered a school of nature for the youngest participants so that parents can get the opportunity to partake in the walks that are not suitable for small feet.
Fjarðabyggð

21. June 2020

Fjarðabyggð Hiking Week

FJARÐABYGGÐ HIKING WEEK A WEEK-LONG HIKING FESTIVAL The last week in June which includes two Saturdays is the time to come for Fjarðabyggð Hiking Week. This is one of Iceland's biggest outdoor recreation events, a whole eight days of entertainment and organized activities to suit the entire family. Get on your feet and try it out, enjoying the nature of the East Fjords in all its splendor and variety! The week's program spans from family walk to historical walks and even to challenges for hiking mountaineers, as well as categories in between. The youngest generation can participate in an outdoor activities course. Evening entertainment is provided every day, including singing, music, and parties. During the eight days of Fjarðabyggð Hiking Week, numerous walks and hikes are offered, varying in length and graded for their difficulty. Scheduled entertainment, such as communal singing, provides a pleasant conclusion to every day. You can either pay for individual events or you can buy a pass that will allow admission to all events. The five mountains are a fun challenge for all participants. Regularly, five mountains are chosen to represent the mountains of Fjarðabyggð in the hiking week and those who climb these mountains during the week get the honorary title Fjarðabyggð Mountain Hiker. For children 15 years old or younger, hiking three of those mountains will suffice to obtain the desirable title. During the hiking week, organizers have offered a school of nature for the youngest participants so that parents can get the opportunity to partake in the walks that are not suitable for small feet.
Fjarðabyggð

22. June 2020

Fjarðabyggð Hiking Week

FJARÐABYGGÐ HIKING WEEK A WEEK-LONG HIKING FESTIVAL The last week in June which includes two Saturdays is the time to come for Fjarðabyggð Hiking Week. This is one of Iceland's biggest outdoor recreation events, a whole eight days of entertainment and organized activities to suit the entire family. Get on your feet and try it out, enjoying the nature of the East Fjords in all its splendor and variety! The week's program spans from family walk to historical walks and even to challenges for hiking mountaineers, as well as categories in between. The youngest generation can participate in an outdoor activities course. Evening entertainment is provided every day, including singing, music, and parties. During the eight days of Fjarðabyggð Hiking Week, numerous walks and hikes are offered, varying in length and graded for their difficulty. Scheduled entertainment, such as communal singing, provides a pleasant conclusion to every day. You can either pay for individual events or you can buy a pass that will allow admission to all events. The five mountains are a fun challenge for all participants. Regularly, five mountains are chosen to represent the mountains of Fjarðabyggð in the hiking week and those who climb these mountains during the week get the honorary title Fjarðabyggð Mountain Hiker. For children 15 years old or younger, hiking three of those mountains will suffice to obtain the desirable title. During the hiking week, organizers have offered a school of nature for the youngest participants so that parents can get the opportunity to partake in the walks that are not suitable for small feet.
Fjarðabyggð

23. June 2020

Fjarðabyggð Hiking Week

FJARÐABYGGÐ HIKING WEEK A WEEK-LONG HIKING FESTIVAL The last week in June which includes two Saturdays is the time to come for Fjarðabyggð Hiking Week. This is one of Iceland's biggest outdoor recreation events, a whole eight days of entertainment and organized activities to suit the entire family. Get on your feet and try it out, enjoying the nature of the East Fjords in all its splendor and variety! The week's program spans from family walk to historical walks and even to challenges for hiking mountaineers, as well as categories in between. The youngest generation can participate in an outdoor activities course. Evening entertainment is provided every day, including singing, music, and parties. During the eight days of Fjarðabyggð Hiking Week, numerous walks and hikes are offered, varying in length and graded for their difficulty. Scheduled entertainment, such as communal singing, provides a pleasant conclusion to every day. You can either pay for individual events or you can buy a pass that will allow admission to all events. The five mountains are a fun challenge for all participants. Regularly, five mountains are chosen to represent the mountains of Fjarðabyggð in the hiking week and those who climb these mountains during the week get the honorary title Fjarðabyggð Mountain Hiker. For children 15 years old or younger, hiking three of those mountains will suffice to obtain the desirable title. During the hiking week, organizers have offered a school of nature for the youngest participants so that parents can get the opportunity to partake in the walks that are not suitable for small feet.
Fjarðabyggð

24. June 2020

Fjarðabyggð Hiking Week

FJARÐABYGGÐ HIKING WEEK A WEEK-LONG HIKING FESTIVAL The last week in June which includes two Saturdays is the time to come for Fjarðabyggð Hiking Week. This is one of Iceland's biggest outdoor recreation events, a whole eight days of entertainment and organized activities to suit the entire family. Get on your feet and try it out, enjoying the nature of the East Fjords in all its splendor and variety! The week's program spans from family walk to historical walks and even to challenges for hiking mountaineers, as well as categories in between. The youngest generation can participate in an outdoor activities course. Evening entertainment is provided every day, including singing, music, and parties. During the eight days of Fjarðabyggð Hiking Week, numerous walks and hikes are offered, varying in length and graded for their difficulty. Scheduled entertainment, such as communal singing, provides a pleasant conclusion to every day. You can either pay for individual events or you can buy a pass that will allow admission to all events. The five mountains are a fun challenge for all participants. Regularly, five mountains are chosen to represent the mountains of Fjarðabyggð in the hiking week and those who climb these mountains during the week get the honorary title Fjarðabyggð Mountain Hiker. For children 15 years old or younger, hiking three of those mountains will suffice to obtain the desirable title. During the hiking week, organizers have offered a school of nature for the youngest participants so that parents can get the opportunity to partake in the walks that are not suitable for small feet.
Fjarðabyggð

25. June 2020

Fjarðabyggð Hiking Week

FJARÐABYGGÐ HIKING WEEK A WEEK-LONG HIKING FESTIVAL The last week in June which includes two Saturdays is the time to come for Fjarðabyggð Hiking Week. This is one of Iceland's biggest outdoor recreation events, a whole eight days of entertainment and organized activities to suit the entire family. Get on your feet and try it out, enjoying the nature of the East Fjords in all its splendor and variety! The week's program spans from family walk to historical walks and even to challenges for hiking mountaineers, as well as categories in between. The youngest generation can participate in an outdoor activities course. Evening entertainment is provided every day, including singing, music, and parties. During the eight days of Fjarðabyggð Hiking Week, numerous walks and hikes are offered, varying in length and graded for their difficulty. Scheduled entertainment, such as communal singing, provides a pleasant conclusion to every day. You can either pay for individual events or you can buy a pass that will allow admission to all events. The five mountains are a fun challenge for all participants. Regularly, five mountains are chosen to represent the mountains of Fjarðabyggð in the hiking week and those who climb these mountains during the week get the honorary title Fjarðabyggð Mountain Hiker. For children 15 years old or younger, hiking three of those mountains will suffice to obtain the desirable title. During the hiking week, organizers have offered a school of nature for the youngest participants so that parents can get the opportunity to partake in the walks that are not suitable for small feet.
Fjarðabyggð

26. June 2020

Fjarðabyggð Hiking Week

FJARÐABYGGÐ HIKING WEEK A WEEK-LONG HIKING FESTIVAL The last week in June which includes two Saturdays is the time to come for Fjarðabyggð Hiking Week. This is one of Iceland's biggest outdoor recreation events, a whole eight days of entertainment and organized activities to suit the entire family. Get on your feet and try it out, enjoying the nature of the East Fjords in all its splendor and variety! The week's program spans from family walk to historical walks and even to challenges for hiking mountaineers, as well as categories in between. The youngest generation can participate in an outdoor activities course. Evening entertainment is provided every day, including singing, music, and parties. During the eight days of Fjarðabyggð Hiking Week, numerous walks and hikes are offered, varying in length and graded for their difficulty. Scheduled entertainment, such as communal singing, provides a pleasant conclusion to every day. You can either pay for individual events or you can buy a pass that will allow admission to all events. The five mountains are a fun challenge for all participants. Regularly, five mountains are chosen to represent the mountains of Fjarðabyggð in the hiking week and those who climb these mountains during the week get the honorary title Fjarðabyggð Mountain Hiker. For children 15 years old or younger, hiking three of those mountains will suffice to obtain the desirable title. During the hiking week, organizers have offered a school of nature for the youngest participants so that parents can get the opportunity to partake in the walks that are not suitable for small feet.
Fjarðabyggð

27. June 2020

Fjarðabyggð Hiking Week

FJARÐABYGGÐ HIKING WEEK A WEEK-LONG HIKING FESTIVAL The last week in June which includes two Saturdays is the time to come for Fjarðabyggð Hiking Week. This is one of Iceland's biggest outdoor recreation events, a whole eight days of entertainment and organized activities to suit the entire family. Get on your feet and try it out, enjoying the nature of the East Fjords in all its splendor and variety! The week's program spans from family walk to historical walks and even to challenges for hiking mountaineers, as well as categories in between. The youngest generation can participate in an outdoor activities course. Evening entertainment is provided every day, including singing, music, and parties. During the eight days of Fjarðabyggð Hiking Week, numerous walks and hikes are offered, varying in length and graded for their difficulty. Scheduled entertainment, such as communal singing, provides a pleasant conclusion to every day. You can either pay for individual events or you can buy a pass that will allow admission to all events. The five mountains are a fun challenge for all participants. Regularly, five mountains are chosen to represent the mountains of Fjarðabyggð in the hiking week and those who climb these mountains during the week get the honorary title Fjarðabyggð Mountain Hiker. For children 15 years old or younger, hiking three of those mountains will suffice to obtain the desirable title. During the hiking week, organizers have offered a school of nature for the youngest participants so that parents can get the opportunity to partake in the walks that are not suitable for small feet.
Fjarðabyggð

9. July 2020

Eistnaflug rock festival- Neskaupstaður

The Fest: Eistnaflug is a music festival held in the town of Neskaupstaður, in east Iceland the second weekend in July, annually since 2005. It is the largest festival of its kind in Iceland, focusing on heavy metal, rock and other indie music. The festival has come a long way since it was first held as a small party for a few Icelandic bands and their friends to attend. Back then all of the visitors and bands literally fit into a 50 person bus. In 2017 the number of attendees was significantly more with 2000-2500 rockers enjoying music on the edge of the world. As the festival continued over the years it has attracted a wide variety of not only metal and rock fans but fans of genre-bending music. The Town: The town of Neskaupstaður is situated on the breathtaking Norðfjörður (North Fjord) and the town’s population more than doubles when metalheads sweep into the small, idyllic town. We hope to see you soon! Cheers! Team Eistnaflug
Neskaupstaður

10. July 2020

Eistnaflug rock festival- Neskaupstaður

The Fest: Eistnaflug is a music festival held in the town of Neskaupstaður, in east Iceland the second weekend in July, annually since 2005. It is the largest festival of its kind in Iceland, focusing on heavy metal, rock and other indie music. The festival has come a long way since it was first held as a small party for a few Icelandic bands and their friends to attend. Back then all of the visitors and bands literally fit into a 50 person bus. In 2017 the number of attendees was significantly more with 2000-2500 rockers enjoying music on the edge of the world. As the festival continued over the years it has attracted a wide variety of not only metal and rock fans but fans of genre-bending music. The Town: The town of Neskaupstaður is situated on the breathtaking Norðfjörður (North Fjord) and the town’s population more than doubles when metalheads sweep into the small, idyllic town. We hope to see you soon! Cheers! Team Eistnaflug
Neskaupstaður

11. July 2020

Eistnaflug rock festival- Neskaupstaður

The Fest: Eistnaflug is a music festival held in the town of Neskaupstaður, in east Iceland the second weekend in July, annually since 2005. It is the largest festival of its kind in Iceland, focusing on heavy metal, rock and other indie music. The festival has come a long way since it was first held as a small party for a few Icelandic bands and their friends to attend. Back then all of the visitors and bands literally fit into a 50 person bus. In 2017 the number of attendees was significantly more with 2000-2500 rockers enjoying music on the edge of the world. As the festival continued over the years it has attracted a wide variety of not only metal and rock fans but fans of genre-bending music. The Town: The town of Neskaupstaður is situated on the breathtaking Norðfjörður (North Fjord) and the town’s population more than doubles when metalheads sweep into the small, idyllic town. We hope to see you soon! Cheers! Team Eistnaflug
Neskaupstaður

Dyrfjallahlaup race - Borgarfjörður Eystri

DYRFJALLAHLAUP 11th of July 2020 23 km trail run East Iceland 2020 will be the fourth time this race around the mountains of Dyrfjöll is held. Dyrfjöll are some of the more majestic mountains in the East. Their name means "Door mountains" and the name comes from the pass that goes right between the mountain ridge, like a door ("Door Mountains Race"). It's certainly worth the visit every day, but for a mountain runner, the Dyrfjallahlaup race is the perfect event to explore the area. The view from the mountain passes on this route does not let anyone down. Elevation is more than 1000 meters so one gets a good view over the area. The route also lies through Stórurð, which consists of gigantic boulders made of tuff, meadows and fresh water ponds. Distance 22.97km Elevation 1087m Highest point 683 m above sea level
Borgarfjörður Eystri

12. July 2020

Eistnaflug rock festival- Neskaupstaður

The Fest: Eistnaflug is a music festival held in the town of Neskaupstaður, in east Iceland the second weekend in July, annually since 2005. It is the largest festival of its kind in Iceland, focusing on heavy metal, rock and other indie music. The festival has come a long way since it was first held as a small party for a few Icelandic bands and their friends to attend. Back then all of the visitors and bands literally fit into a 50 person bus. In 2017 the number of attendees was significantly more with 2000-2500 rockers enjoying music on the edge of the world. As the festival continued over the years it has attracted a wide variety of not only metal and rock fans but fans of genre-bending music. The Town: The town of Neskaupstaður is situated on the breathtaking Norðfjörður (North Fjord) and the town’s population more than doubles when metalheads sweep into the small, idyllic town. We hope to see you soon! Cheers! Team Eistnaflug
Neskaupstaður

22. July 2020

French Days Festival in Fáskrúðsfjörður

This pleasant festival, a special connection for Fáskrúðsfjörður of France and French seamen being earlier centuries mentioned in various ways. Locals and visitors have a good time, as well as representatives from the French town of Gravelines friends join in the celebrations.
Fáskrúðsfjörður

23. July 2020

French Days Festival in Fáskrúðsfjörður

This pleasant festival, a special connection for Fáskrúðsfjörður of France and French seamen being earlier centuries mentioned in various ways. Locals and visitors have a good time, as well as representatives from the French town of Gravelines friends join in the celebrations.
Fáskrúðsfjörður

24. July 2020

French Days Festival in Fáskrúðsfjörður

This pleasant festival, a special connection for Fáskrúðsfjörður of France and French seamen being earlier centuries mentioned in various ways. Locals and visitors have a good time, as well as representatives from the French town of Gravelines friends join in the celebrations.
Fáskrúðsfjörður

25. July 2020

French Days Festival in Fáskrúðsfjörður

This pleasant festival, a special connection for Fáskrúðsfjörður of France and French seamen being earlier centuries mentioned in various ways. Locals and visitors have a good time, as well as representatives from the French town of Gravelines friends join in the celebrations.
Fáskrúðsfjörður

Urriðavatnssund - Egilsstaðir

Competition in swimming 2,5 km in Urriðavatn lake To register in the competition go to the website: https://urridavatnssund.is/
Egilsstaðir

Bræðslan music festival - Borgarfjörður Eystri

In Borgarfjörður Eystri, a small fishing hamlet of only 130 people, Bræðslan music festival is held every year. They only sell 800 tickets. It’s held in an old fishing factory. In the past, big names like Of Monsters And Men, Mammút, Belle & Sebastian, Emiliana Torrini, and Damien Rice have played this exclusive festival. Prepare for an experience you’ll be talking about for the rest of your life.
Borgarfjörður Eystri

26. July 2020

French Days Festival in Fáskrúðsfjörður

This pleasant festival, a special connection for Fáskrúðsfjörður of France and French seamen being earlier centuries mentioned in various ways. Locals and visitors have a good time, as well as representatives from the French town of Gravelines friends join in the celebrations.
Fáskrúðsfjörður

30. July 2020

Neistaflug Festival - Neskaupstaður

NEISTAFLUG FESTIVAL FANTASTIC FAMILY FUN This Neskaupstaður town festival is held annually on the holiday weekend (verslunarmannahelgin) which includes the first Monday in August. The wide array of events actually start on has, and provide lots of fun for people of all ages and neighborhood every member of the family. Throughout the last couple of years the weekend has started with a Thursday concert with some of Iceland's most popular bands. The festival however officially starts on Friday night with a parade starting from a designated spot from each Thursday that has been divided into colors. People decorate their house in that color and finally themselves before setting off for the parade. The festivities continue throughout the weekend with market fairs, children's plays, a beach party for the younger generation and dances to name a few, ending with a bonfire and a sing-a-long in front of the Neskaupstaður elementary finally a firework display on Sunday night. Check out the latest information on the festival website. The festivities continue throughout the weekend with market fairs, children's plays, a beach party for the younger generation and dances to name a few, ending with a bonfire and a sing-a-long in front of the Neskaupstaður elementary finally a firework display on Sunday night.
Neskaupstaður

31. July 2020

Neistaflug Festival - Neskaupstaður

NEISTAFLUG FESTIVAL FANTASTIC FAMILY FUN This Neskaupstaður town festival is held annually on the holiday weekend (verslunarmannahelgin) which includes the first Monday in August. The wide array of events actually start on has, and provide lots of fun for people of all ages and neighborhood every member of the family. Throughout the last couple of years the weekend has started with a Thursday concert with some of Iceland's most popular bands. The festival however officially starts on Friday night with a parade starting from a designated spot from each Thursday that has been divided into colors. People decorate their house in that color and finally themselves before setting off for the parade. The festivities continue throughout the weekend with market fairs, children's plays, a beach party for the younger generation and dances to name a few, ending with a bonfire and a sing-a-long in front of the Neskaupstaður elementary finally a firework display on Sunday night. Check out the latest information on the festival website. The festivities continue throughout the weekend with market fairs, children's plays, a beach party for the younger generation and dances to name a few, ending with a bonfire and a sing-a-long in front of the Neskaupstaður elementary finally a firework display on Sunday night.
Neskaupstaður

1. August 2020

Neistaflug Festival - Neskaupstaður

NEISTAFLUG FESTIVAL FANTASTIC FAMILY FUN This Neskaupstaður town festival is held annually on the holiday weekend (verslunarmannahelgin) which includes the first Monday in August. The wide array of events actually start on has, and provide lots of fun for people of all ages and neighborhood every member of the family. Throughout the last couple of years the weekend has started with a Thursday concert with some of Iceland's most popular bands. The festival however officially starts on Friday night with a parade starting from a designated spot from each Thursday that has been divided into colors. People decorate their house in that color and finally themselves before setting off for the parade. The festivities continue throughout the weekend with market fairs, children's plays, a beach party for the younger generation and dances to name a few, ending with a bonfire and a sing-a-long in front of the Neskaupstaður elementary finally a firework display on Sunday night. Check out the latest information on the festival website. The festivities continue throughout the weekend with market fairs, children's plays, a beach party for the younger generation and dances to name a few, ending with a bonfire and a sing-a-long in front of the Neskaupstaður elementary finally a firework display on Sunday night.
Neskaupstaður

2. August 2020

Neistaflug Festival - Neskaupstaður

NEISTAFLUG FESTIVAL FANTASTIC FAMILY FUN This Neskaupstaður town festival is held annually on the holiday weekend (verslunarmannahelgin) which includes the first Monday in August. The wide array of events actually start on has, and provide lots of fun for people of all ages and neighborhood every member of the family. Throughout the last couple of years the weekend has started with a Thursday concert with some of Iceland's most popular bands. The festival however officially starts on Friday night with a parade starting from a designated spot from each Thursday that has been divided into colors. People decorate their house in that color and finally themselves before setting off for the parade. The festivities continue throughout the weekend with market fairs, children's plays, a beach party for the younger generation and dances to name a few, ending with a bonfire and a sing-a-long in front of the Neskaupstaður elementary finally a firework display on Sunday night. Check out the latest information on the festival website. The festivities continue throughout the weekend with market fairs, children's plays, a beach party for the younger generation and dances to name a few, ending with a bonfire and a sing-a-long in front of the Neskaupstaður elementary finally a firework display on Sunday night.
Neskaupstaður

Austurland

Towns & Villages

Each town in Austurland has its own characteristics. In some of the coastal villages t, the influence of North European neighbors obvious to everyone. 

The French made a strong impact in Fáskrúðsfjörður where the road signs are made out in French as well as in Icelandic. Norwegian influence is easily detected in the Eskifjörður and Seydisfjörður architecture. No such roots are to be seen in Egilsstadir which is the latest addition to East Iceland agglomeration, founded in the late forties of the 20th century.  

Map Vopnafjörður Borgarfjörður Eystri Egilsstaðir Seyðisfjörður Mjóifjörður Neskaupstaður Breiðdalsvík Eskifjörður Reyðarfjörður Fáskrúðsfjörður Stöðvarfjörður Djúpivogur