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Aaron Zagrodnick

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Aaron Zagrodnick

The supervisor of the camp at Landmannalaugar stood there and looked me up and down. “You can’t go like that.” I looked down at my ripped black jeans and all of a sudden I seemed to be wearing the wrong thing. I looked back up at her. “What do you mean?” In just a few hours, we – photographers Mark Clinton and Christian McLeod, and I – would know exactly what she meant. Landmannalaugar lies in the south of Iceland, one of the most scenic regions of the country. The southern highlands is the most visually diverse and dramatically contrasted place in the whole of Iceland, with white glacial lagoons just a mountain’s crest away from black lava fields, and mountains saturated in green moss sidling up next to dusty grey hills...

Mark Brenchley with a report on backpacking Iceland's Laugavegur Trail - Read the full article in Issue 25:

Torn Pants, Sweat, and a Trek on the Laugavegur Trail

Hiking in Iceland on the Laugavegur Trail

Issue 25 Page 1

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