Our first volunteers have been busy this week preparing the camp at Langidalur and surveying the trails to assess winter damage. In between the snow and rain showers, we have been gathering GPS data and making new trail markers.
The weather conditions have been challenging, but the work has gone very well. A big thank you to our friends at Ferðafélag Íslands for providing accommodation through these wet and stormy nights.
The volunteer camp at Langidalur is now ready… we are just waiting for the sunshine.
Since our arrival in Thórsmörk about a week ago, preparations at Langidalur have been going well and the volunteer camp is now ready for the summer. As well as improvements to the facilities there, our main task has been preparing equipment and supplies for the groups.
As most of the snow has now gone from the area, we have begun checking the trails for damage, lookin at new projects and putting together a work plan for the season. As always, there is plenty to do and in the first weeks we will focus on maintenance and improvements to trail marking and signs.
We very much look forward to the arrival of our first volunteers on May 13th and the summer adventures ahead.
Volunteer applications for this season will close on Wednesday. Skype interviews are planned for next week and final placement allocations will be made on 9th February.
Application forms and placement details can be found on our website…
Applications for our 2018 volunteer teams will close next week on January 31st. If you would like to join us this summer, please get in touch.
Full details including placement dates and application forms can be found on our website…
Johnny Rolt and Ollie Campbell have made a short film about their experiences volunteering with us in Thórsmörk last summer. As well as a taste of life at the volunteer camps, the film visits our projects and worksites in Thórsmörk, Goðaland and along the Laugavegurinn trail. Congratulations to Johnny and Ollie on this amazing work. It’s beautiful!
Spend a few minutes in Thórsmörk with us now…