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These Iceland adventure photos will take your breath away
Move over New Zealand:  Iceland is quickly becoming the place adventure seekers are flocking to. 
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Below the ice

Into The Glacier, Iceland’s newest attraction, allows visitors to journey 90 feet below the surface of a glacier

(Eric Barnes)

Downed aircrafft

The remains of a DC3 that crashed on Black Sands Beach in Vik is one of Iceland’s most unusual tourist attractions. (Everyone on board survived).

(Eric Barnes)

Off the beaten path

Built in a hidden valley in 1923, Seljavallalaug pool, is a geothermal gem.

(Eric Barnes)

Glacial river

Catch a glimpse of icebergs as they float out to sea at Jokulsarlon – Glacier Lagoon, one of Iceland's largest glacial rivers.

(Eric Barnes)

Stunning views

Kayak around a peaceful fjord.

(Eric Barnes)

River rush

The rivers of Iceland offer high-octane rapids and stunning canyons.

(Eric Barnes)

Clean and clear

Go snorkeling or diving in pure glacier water, some of the clearest views below the surface one will find.

(Eric Barnes)

Land's end

Take a journey off the beaten path to find a lighthouse on basalt columns made from lava flows. 

(Eric Barnes)

Mush!

Enjoy the top of a glacier at a slower pace by going dog sledding.

(Eric Barnes)

Hang ten

Hire Arctic Surfers--Iceland's only surf operator --to take you to unique surf spots around the island.

(Eric Barnes)

Big falls

Iceland has thousands of waterfalls, one of which is Skogafoss, a majestic sight on the southern part of the island.

(Eric Barnes)

Need for speed

Snowmobiling on a glacier has become a must-do for adventure enthusiasts

(Eric Barnes)

These Iceland adventure photos will take your breath away

Move over New Zealand:  Iceland is quickly becoming the place adventure seekers are flocking to. 

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