The steaming, bubbling start of our next river, the Markarfljot.
Adventurer Alastair Humphreys and photographer Chris Herwig made an unsupported crossing of Iceland. They carried all of their food, camping gear, and equipment for both glacier crossing and packrafting in 40kg packs.
Hiking inland from the coast to the bleak interior highlands, Alastair and Chris crossed a glacier to reach the headwaters of Iceland's longest river. There they inflated packrafts and began paddling their way down to the opposite coast.
For more information, writing and videos from this expedition please visit www.alastairhumphreys.com
For information about the commercial use of any of the Iceland images please contact Chris at www.herwigphoto.com
All photos in this set were taken by Alastair or Chris (www.flickr.com/photos/herwigphoto)
The start of our next river, the markarfljot.