Europe's largest and the world’s most beautiful glacier. Underneath this frozen beauty are valleys, mountains, plateaus as well as active volcanoes.
A guided glacier hike, beginning from Bettmerhorn— the cable car mountain station, it includes a four-hours-long hiking.
The largest glacier in mainland Europe.The glacier walk is best enjoyed along with a professional guide and a sturdy pair of crampons.
Where: New Zeland
It's one of the few places in the world where you can experience tropical fauna while staring at ice caps overhead.
A sheet of ice that covers the Zanskar River in Ladakh, the cold desert of India. The Chadar trek attracts hikers from around the world and is graded as a difficult trek.
The longest glacier in the world outside the polar region. The sight draws adventure seekers from afar to undertake a strenuous trek of about 20-22 days.
A moderate trek spread over five days, the glittering glacier reveals itself amidst snow covered Andean mountain peaks.
Ice Hike Grey Glacier tour that starts from the base camp and lasts for about 5-6 hours including 2.5 hours of walking on ice.
You are sure to be enthralled as you witness the blue lagoons, deep cracks, giant drains and caves.
Our tour was extremely great. Our guide helped us and was rather informative. He assisted with putting on our crampons and was just positive and encouraging at all times.
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Vatnajökull in Iceland is Europe's largest and the world’s most beautiful glacier. With an average thickness of 400 m, the glacier covers an impressive 8,300 sq km area. Underneath this frozen beauty are valleys, mountains, plateaus as well as active volcanoes.Read more
Along with Greenland, the Antarctic contains 99% of all the world’s glacial ice. So there’s no doubt that it’s here you’ll witness some of the most incredible ice formations that you’re ever likely to see. Sadly, it’s shedding around 160 billion tonnes of ice a year – an amount that is impossible to replace.Read more