Skate through some of the loveliest areas of
Reykjavik in Iceland, Europe's northern-most capital city.
The skate will begin at the charming
Arbaejar Folk Museumat
2:00 pm on Sep. 14, 2002.
The route will skate by the salmon-filled Ellidar River,
pass through the Fossvogur neighborhood and stop for a break at
Nautholsvik, a lovely coastal area with its own
special nature trails.
Then it is on to downtown Reykjavik with
a stop at the bustling Harbor.
The final stop is the famous geothermal swimming pool
in Laugardalur where
everyone can relax and spash around in the soothing
warm water. (Total
course time: about 2.5 hours). The event is free.
All you have
to do is show up at the start line.
Thank you to Icelandair Holidays for providing this
information. Skaters who need assistance with
Iceland travel arrangements can contact
A NOTE FROM KATHIE:
If you have any additional information about skating
in Iceland please send it via email to
firstname.lastname@example.org or mail it to Kathie Fry,
65 Pine Avenue, Suite 712, Long Beach, California 90802 USA. I am especially
interested in learning about places to skate, local
skating clubs, skaters, skate shops, skate parks, and all types of
inline skating and quad roller skating in Iceland including
aggressive, artistic, fitness, hockey, slalom, and speed skating.
Iceland Reference and Travel Guide