Iceland in February was a moonscape of white. The road was the only thing other than lava formations sticking up thru the snow changing the landscape.
Flying to Iceland from the US was really easy, we flew from Boston, but there are daily fights from NY,(JFK), Minneapolis, and Seattle. Icelandic Air is the main carrier. www.icelandair.us/
Reykjavik is beautiful city situated 45 minutes from Keflavik international airport on a peninsula. We used a rental car for the climbing near by, about an hours drive. The rest of the time in the city we used our feet. The temperatures in Reykjavik was from bitter cold to a light jacket on either ends of our trip there.
Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Iceland:
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going to be in Reykjavik from April 20th to the 28th. Trying to keep the commitment to climb outside every month of the year and would like to know a spot to boulder close to the city. If anybody knows of a place and or info on a gym in the area that would be super helpful. PM me and thanks in advance.