Glaciers make Iceland an extraordinary place. Let's do what we can to keep it that way.
Photographer RAX, Ragnar Axelsson, has been documenting the Arctic for four decades. He has seen first-hand the immense natural changes happening during this time and how global warming is affecting people’s lives in the Arctic.
Tales from the North
The Arctic is beautiful – but unforgiving. For nearly 100 years, 66˚North has made life and activity possible where otherwise there would be none. These are stories of adventure, exploration, and the extraordinary everyday.
As an Icelander, bathing in geothermal springs is a very big part of our culture. It comes from living on a volcanic island, with cold harsh weather, but plenty of natural warm water around.
66°North is the first Icelandic company to receive B Corp™ Certification– a designation awarded to leaders in the global movement for an inclusive, equitable, and regenerative economy.
Mummi and Rannveig live with their two children, Steini Kaldbak and Heiða Guðbjörg, on the farm Mörtunga 2 in the county of West-Skaftafellssýsla. They run a sheep farm and tourism services offering mountain bike tours.