Upper Sixth Geography Trip to Iceland

During the October half-term break, a group of 24 Upper Sixth Geography students, led by Mr Palmer and Mrs Clark, visited Iceland on a 5-day trip.

Despite some extremely wet weather, they were able to complete the planned itinerary and had a fantastic time.

Visits were made to waterfalls, volcanoes, geothermal and HEP stations, geyers and solfataras. Highlights included a walk on a glacier, complete with ice axes and crampons, and relaxing in the Hidden Lagoon, a geothermal pool.

The group were enthralled by the physical and human geography of the island and were a great pleasure to take away.