We are thrilled to embark on this journey of adventure, discovery and conservation with you. This website is a resource for you, to
help prepare you for your expedition, and to share resources to help you in your fundraising efforts. If you have any questions or need additional information, please do not hesitate to contact the Nature Trust or Berg Adventures.
The Expedition at a Glance
Date: September 2016
Cost: TBD, plus airfare
Fundraising Goal: Minimum $2,500 per participant
(Find out about our helpful fundraising resources and incentives under the Fundraising tab above.)
Location: Fjallabak Nature Reserve, Iceland
Expedition Information and Resources
Qualifications: To trek in Iceland you need to be in good physical condition; no climbing or mountaineering experience is necessary. Start training today to make the most of your adventure! In Iceland you will find weather typical of mountain environments – conditions can change quickly and can range from hot and sunny, to cool and wet or even snowy. Consult our gear list to make sure you have the necessary equipment for your trek.
To aid you in planning for your trip, we have several downloadable PDF documents from Berg Adventures, about the expedition itinerary, frequently asked questions and helpful preparation checklists
More About Iceland
As one of the world’s leading adventure travel and mountaineering companies, Berg Adventures provides unsurpassed experiences for the discerning traveler in many of our planet’s most amazing natural locations. Personal achievement, cultural learning and an unsurpassed dedication to your adventure travel experience—that’s the Berg Adventures promise. Wherever they go, Berg’s goals for adventure are the same: to give you the opportunity to reach your travel and trekking goals abroad while fostering cultural awareness and personal growth. They believe strongly in responsible travel and have long been committed to running ecologically sensitive, low-impact adventures.
Your trek will be led by Berg Adventures International's owner and founder, Wally Berg, who is a world renowned "Seven Summits" guide, along with local Icelandic guides. Thanks to Wally’s long-standing presence in the places that BAI travels and to his high standards for excellence, BAI works only with the best local guides and support staff to keep you safe, comfortable and engaged with your surroundings.
Berg Adventures International was founded in 2001 by Wally Berg and operates out of the heart of the Canadian Rockies in Canmore, Alberta. Wally Berg is one of the most respected guides in the mountaineering world. With four Everest summits to his credit and over two decades of expedition-leading experience, Wally is world-renowned for his expertise, knowledge and mountaineering accomplishments.
Any questions? Contact Tracy Jacobson at BAI: 1-866-609-4148 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Offsetting your Carbon Emissions
At the Nature Trust we are very conscious about our carbon footprint. Learn how you can take action to help offset your carbon emissions. The emissions from flying can be particularly harmful to our environment. To help account for this environmental impact, we encourage participants to add $200 to their fundraising goal as a symbolic offset for carbon emissions and to further protect our environment. These funds will go directly towards the conservation of wilderness in Nova Scotia, reducing the impacts of climate change and restoring vital habitat for wildlife.
What is the Carbon Footprint from the flight?
Approximate flight distance from Halifax to Iceland, return: 3,350 km (1.1 tons of CO2)
Estimated cost to offset this through land conservation: $100
Add an Exciting Extension to your Iceland Adventure
Considering an extended stay?
Looking for other travel options while in Iceland? Berg Adventures is happy to help!
Check back soon for exciting extension options for your Icelandic adventure!
Contact information for Berg Adventures:
Tracy Jacobson - 1-866-609-4148 or email@example.com
Contact information for the Nova Scotia Nature Trust:
Magali Gregoire - (902) 425-5263 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Expedition Info Night
November 16, 2015
Join adventurer Wally Berg and the Nature Trust for our Expedition for the Earth: Iceland 2016 Info Night. Read more »