Upper Sixth Geography Trip to Iceland

Twenty four Upper Sixth Formers and two staff members spent five days on a Geography fieldtrip to Iceland during the half-term break.

They enjoyed some dry and mild weather, for the most part, and were able to complete almost all of the planned, busy itinerary. This included visits to the hot springs at Geysir, the fault lines of the rift valley and some stunning waterfalls. They also had a walk on top of Europe’s most rapidly retreating glacier, a hike up a volcanic plug and some relaxation at the Secret Lagoon, as well as in the hot tubs at their guest house.

Overall, it was an excellent trip which was hugely enjoyed by all.