Women & travel: Hiking in Iceland, world of fire and ice

Christine enjoys the view and wind on top of one of the mountains on a trail in Laugavegur, Iceland. PHOTO: HER PLANET EARTH
Teammate Erika striking a pose not far from one of the many sulphuric steam vents encountered on the trail. PHOTO: HER PLANET EARTH
One of the many majestic waterfalls the team came across during the trek. PHOTO: HER PLANET EARTH
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ICELAND - Landing in Iceland makes you feel like you are arriving at the very edge of the world.

For avid trekkers, this place is paradise because of the incredibly rich topography and varied landscapes.

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