Journey Seekers Set Points Of Interest On Wild West Iceland

But the land in the Husafell area of West Iceland is exceptionally lush and verdant, covered in green grass and low shrubbery, an unexpected oasis of vegetation in the shadow of a glacier.
In 2003, Iceland welcomed 308,000 foreign adventure-seekers; by 2016, that figure had hit 1.8 million, an increase of nearly 40 percent from the previous year.
PhotoIceland has never been celebrated for its forests: The North Atlantic island is just 2 percent wooded.
If, as the saying goes, Husafell didn’t exist, it would have been necessary to invent it.
In May, Husafell opened new hiking and mountain biking trails.

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