Iceland Road Atlas. www.Icelandroadatlas.com. This atlas covers Iceland's entire road system plus its geography, culture, and history. This is more of a guidebook with extensive detailed road maps rather than a traditional road atlas. The atlas covers all of the highland and mountain roads, showing detailed maps, extensive descriptive text, color photos, and numerous city maps. In English.
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Iceland Road Atlas. 1:300,000. Mal og Manning. This spiral-bound atlas shows excellent detail of the road network of Iceland. The atlas also shows the locations of hot springs, spas, golf courses, campsites, museums, and much more. Multilingual.
Sample detail from the Iceland road atlas.
Iceland Road Atlas. 1:200,000. Landmaelingar Islands (National Land Survey of Iceland), 2006. The Road Atlas is on a 1:200,000 scale based on a 1:250,000 scale database. The appearance comes from Færdselskort Danmark from the Danish map institute KMS. In addition to normal maps which are on 50 pages the Atlas contains a variety of theme maps, e.g. accommodation, camping sites, museums, swimming pools, golf courses, etc. The Road Atlas also includes a thorough place name index with more than 15,500 entries.
The Road Atlas is very handy. When the book is folded it is only 16 x 31 cm and therefore convenient for the car. When the Road Atlas has been opened you are looking at a 60 cm wide centerfold which gives good overview over large area. One can also look at one page at a time or fold the book into the original form and look at 16 cm map at a time. This makes the usage of the book easy and fun. This format has been very popular in Denmark during many years. 82 pages, multilingual including English.
Iceland Road Maps
Iceland Touring Map. 1:500,000. Ferdakort, Iceland.
This map has an excellent road network, and being the official road map of Iceland should be the most accurate and hence worth the significantly higher price. Travel information is overprinted on a physical base map and uses shaded relief to show elevation. The map is single-sided, which is useful for using as a wall map. The map lacks contour lines and does not have an inset map of Reykjavik. Bilingual.
Sample detail from the Iceland Touring Map.
Iceland Touring Map. 1:600,000. Mal og Manning, Iceland.
The map shows the most recent information on the country's road network, campsites, swimming pools, museums and road distances. The map uses shaded relief to show elevation. The reverse side has extensive tourist information and photographs of the country's main natural sites. Also shows is a comprehensive distance table. Multilingual.
Sample detail from the map.
The roads are classified into paved, unpaved, or gravel, and distances are shown between road junctions along major roads. The map shows elevation using color tinting and spot heights. Lots of place names for geographic features highlight glaciers, rivers, mountains, etc.
Tourist sites and services are noted with symbols. An inset map shows central Reykjavik in good detail.
Waterproof Iceland World Compact Travel Map. 1:550,000. Freytag/Berndt.
A waterproof tourist road map of Iceland. Includes city center maps, travel information, sights to see, information on the country, photographs, fully indexed, and more. Multilingual
Sample detail of the Iceland Travel Map
1 sheet, folded.
Iceland road map. 1:400,000. Freytag & Berndt.
A two sided detailed road and tourist map of Iceland. The map is on one side and the index is on the reverse. Shading is used to show relief. Selected elevations and distances are shown. Contour lines are superimposed at 200 meter intervals. There are insets of central Reykjavik at a scale of 1:5,000. A locator map shows Iceland in relation to Europe, plus some photographs of the scenery. In addition to road classifications and fuel stations, the extensive legend includes geysirs, caves, waterfalls, national parks, hiking shelters, and golf courses. The legend is in Danish, German, English, and Italian.
Sample detail of the Iceland Travel Map.
1 sheet, folded
Waterproof Iceland Adventure Travel Map. 1:465,000. National Geographic Maps.
The map includes the locations of cities and towns with a user-friendly index, plus a clearly marked road network complete with distances and designations for major highways, main roads, and tracks and trails for those seeking to explore more remote regions.
Iceland Regional Touring Map Series. 1:300,000. Mal og Manning. This 4-sheet set offers detailed coverage of all of Iceland. There is also a fifth sheet that covers the central Highlands of Iceland. The map uses color shading and contour lines to show elevation. The maps show the most recent information on the country's road network, campsites, swimming pools, museums and other useful tourist sites and services. The reverse has text and photographis of tourist sites in the area covered by that particular map sheet. Multilingual English/Icelandic/German/French. Each map is 86 x 110 cm.
Sample detail from the map.
Recommended! Iceland 1:250,000 Topographic & Travel Maps. 1:250,000. Ferdakort. touring maps with contour lines and shading at 50 m intervals, based on new digital map data. The four maps in this category have considerable overlapping. They contain the latest information about Iceland's road system, including road distances and road numbers, as well as important tourist-service information. There are over 15,000 place-names on the maps, and a place-name index of all the maps is available in a separate booklet. These maps are specially folded for easy handling, making them particularly suitable when travelling.
Sample detail of the maps Sketch map showing coverage of each sheet.
Northwest Iceland (Nordurland).
Southwest Iceland (Sudurland).
Northeast Iceland (Nordausturland).
Southeast Iceland (Sudausturland).
Highlands of Iceland (Halendid).
Reykjavik City Street Maps
Reykjavik Street Map. 1:15,000. Mal og Manning.
This map shows all of the streets of Reykjavik, the capital city of Iceland. The map also shows the optimum routes for tourist driving in and around the city. Multilingual.
Sample detail from the Reykjavik street map.
1 sheet, folded.
Reykjavik city map. 1:10,000. Freytag & Berndt.
An oversized, detailed city street map that extends beyond the city center to cover out to the airport and the Seltjarnarnes Peninsula to the northwest. Symbols on the map note public buildings, points of interest, tourist services, police stations, post offices, hospitals, etc. Map size is 125 x 95 cm. Multilingual legend.
Sample of the map detail
Hornstrandir hiking map. 1:100,000. A uniquely interesting region in the West Fjords.
Húsavík-Myvatn hiking map. 1:100,000. shows areas such as Húsavík, the national park at Jökulsárgljúfur, Aðaldal and the area around Lake Mývatn.
Skaftafell hiking map. 1:25,000 & 1:100,000. The Skaftafell map comprises Atlas Maps 87 and 88, which provide a good overview of the area surrounding Skaftafell National Park. There is also a more precise map of the area around Skaftafell and Morsárdalur.
Snaefellsnes/Borgarfjödur hiking map. 1:200,000. 2011. This map covers the entire Snaefellsnes Peninsula and as far east as Reykholt and Holtavorduheidi, north to Stykkisholmur and Budardalur, and south to Borgarnes.
South-west Iceland (Sudvesturland) hiking map. 1:75,000. Covers the Reykjavik/Keflavik peninsula. This map shows the southwestern corner of the country, an area demarcated in the east by Selfoss and in the north by Akranes and Hvalfjörður Fjord.
Thorsmork/Landmannalaugar hiking map. 1:100,000. Among its features are walking trails from Landmannalaugar to Pórsmörk. The map reaches south to the glaciers and includes the walking trail over Fimmvörðuháls.
Westman Islands (Vestmannaeyjar) hiking map. 1:50,000. A map with an overview of the Westman Islands, and also a more precise map of the town.
Gullfoss & Geysir. Sheet 2. 1:100,000/1:50,000. 2009. Covers the huge Gullfoss waterfall and the original "Geysir", which with 64-7550-RE Pingvellir are the three most popular tourist sites in Iceland.
Walking and Trekking in Iceland Guide. This Paddy Dillon guide to walking and trekking in Iceland offers routes throughout the country, including the classic Laugavegur Trail from Landmannalaugar to Porsmörk. Routes range from easy walks and challenging treks. Lots of tips for budget travellers and on public transport, accommodation and other facilities.
Iceland Topographic Quadrangle Maps
For ordering individual sheets, please click on the "order" button next to the scale you want, then when you check out specify the sheet numbers in the "Comments" section of the order form.
Iceland 1:25,000 Topographic Quadrangle Maps. 1:25,000. Landmaelingar Islands (Iceland Geodetic Survey). There are 17 sheets giving partial coverage of south-west Iceland at this scale.
The maps show contour lines at 5 meter intervals, roads, tracks, and more. The legends are in English/Icelandic. There is also a special sheet for Thingvellir National Park, which we have listed below.
Each sheet, specify area.
Iceland 1:50,000 Topographic Quadrangle Maps. 1:50,000. Landmaelingar Islands (Iceland Geodetic Survey), 1977-1990. Only partial coverage is available. Maps processed from aerial photographs showing the land surface in considerable detail, with 20-metre contour lines, roads, tracks, place names, etc. Printed with 1 km. grid squares for easier positioning. Sheet size: 73.5 x 57 cm .
We stock select sheets for certain popular tourist spots such as Hekla, and Myvatn. Otherwise these are special-order items with a 3 week delivery time.
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Each, specify area
Iceland Topographic Quadrangle Maps. 1:100,000. Revision dates 1937-1989. Landmaelingar Islands (Iceland Geodetic Survey). This set of 87 sheets offers complete coverage of Iceland. The complete set is also available in hardbound atlas format with removable pages. Bilingual. We have listed a few sheets covering the most popular tourist areas.
1:100,000 index. Sample #1 Sample #2
Iceland Geologic and Thematic Maps
Iceland Geologic Map. 1:600,000 Mal og Manning, 2009.
This map presents the geology of Iceland as a bedrock geology map, overlaying a topographic base map. The map emphasizes the main geologic features of Iceland. Formations are classified by age, type and composition. The map shows the volcanic rock units, with the lava units divided into prehistoric and historic lava. Multilingual.
Sample detail from the Iceland geologic map.
1 sheet, folded.
Iceland Tectonic Map. 1:600,000. Mal og Manning, 2009.
The map highlights structure of the country, overlain on a topographic base map. This map is a bit unusual in that it classifies the rock by age, but not by rock type. The map shows the volcanic rocks, the main volcanic fissures and volcanoes. Multilingual.
Sample detail from themap.
1 sheet, folded.
Iceland Glaciers Map. Ferdakort, 2013.
Overview map of Iceland's glaciers, including named and unnamed ice masses. The map shows changes in glacier extent since the Little Ice Age maximum, around 1890, to the beginning of the twenty-first century. Also shown is the extent of glaciers around the middle of the twentieth century. The main subglacial volcanoes are illustrated on the map. Note that surge-type glaciers are denoted in a separate colour. Information with map in Icelandic, English, French and German.
1 sheet, folded.
Iceland Vegetation Map. 1:500,000. Mal og Manning.
This map shows the predominant vegetation groups in simplified terms. In areas with more-or-less unbroken vegetation cover, the predominant form of vegetation is shown. In regions where vegetation covers half or less of the area, the type of land is indicated. The map is based on vegetation maps, satellite images, and a map showing birch woods and scrub. Bilingual. Now out of print and we have one copy left in stock.
1 sheet, folded.
Iceland Cultural Maps
Iceland Birdwatcher's Map. (Fuglakort Islands). Mal og menning, 2003. This map has three inset maps showing the main birdwatching areas, the staging areas for migratory birds, and the important wildlife watching areas. The main part of this double-sided "map" are numerous 4½ x 4½" sections, each covering a single specie of bird. Each section has a small map showing the range of the bird, a drawing of the bird in typical plumage, a drawing of an egg, and symbols showing whether the bird is a migratory bird, a regular breeder, protected specie, winter visitor bird, resident bird, land or water birds, etc. Text is in four languages including English.
1 sheet, folded.
Iceland Historical Atlas. (Sögustadir). Mal og menning, 2004. This spiral-bound atlas has the same descriptive text as the map below, but in a more usable format. Unfortunately the atlas has only a small map on the inside covers showing the locations of the sites. The text is trilingual, including English.