While in Iceland, almost all of our activities and explorations involved being outside. We hiked up canyons, went to lengths to see incredible waterfalls and on our last stop we visited the glaciers. I knew we’d be doing a lot of physical activity out in the cold, but I needed to wear layers that could handle some sweat as well. Iceland was wet, rainy and cold so I brought along this pullover from Lululemon to keep me warm and dry and underneath I layered this long sleeve top for extra warmth. I’m all about comfort, breathability and warmth when it comes to picking pieces to wear for these kind of trips. Keeping up with my hubby hiking around glacier holes was much easier in these pants — they were so soft and warm and I just layered an extra pair of thermal tights under them.
We explored Gígjökull, a glacier outlet from the glacier volcano Eyjafjallajökull that erupted six years ago. We hiked around what used to be covered in ice, but since the eruption in 2010 has melted several holes in the glacier due to global warming. Iceland was one of the most majestic places I have been to on earth and seeing things like this up close and personal was really eye-opening. I am grateful for having the opportunity to witness these areas and learn more.
Thank You to Lululemon for keeping me warm & partnering on this post!