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A journey in search of waves to one of the coldest places in the world. There aren’t many countries that share the same beauty and extremes as Iceland – a living mass completely surrounded by wilds. With intensely cold weather conditions and constant freezing snow and ice, it is understandable why surfing in these conditions is almost unbearable.

The lowest temperatures in northern Iceland and the highlands are generally around -25 to -30°C, with -39.7°C being the lowest temperature ever recorded. Do wrap up well…

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