Going the easiest, most car-friendly road, Landmannalaugar is around 200 km from Reykjavík. You simply drive east on Miklabraut, take a right on the Vík exit and keep driving on route 1 until you reach the turn to route 30. Exit at route 32, then go route 26 for a while. There are signs on the way, but do bring a map.
Also question is, can you get to landmannalaugar without 4x4?
Yes, getting to Landmannalaugar requires travelling on F-roads, and all F roads require 4 wheel drive. I believe there is a law that if you are caught without 4 wheel drive it's a fine of like 600 euros/km traveled on the road (this may be totally wrong, I just recall being told that somewhere).
Subsequently, question is, how do I get to landmannalaugar Hot Springs?
There are three ways to get to Landmannalaugar: The easiest way is to get on the F208 road north from the power station, this way there is no river crossing, but the road is a bit bouncy. The second difficulty road is F225 west (close to Relief Mountain) and the third is F208 from the south.
How do I book laugavegur huts?
It is however possible to book accommodation in some of the huts during winter through the FÍ's office by sending an e-mail to [email protected] or calling the office during opening hours at +354 568 2533. Thus the hut in Landmannalaugar is generally open and manned during late winter/early spring.
Is landmannalaugar worth visiting?
A Day Trip to Landmannalaugar in Iceland: Yes, It's Still Worth It. The place in question was Landmannalaugar, a colorful spot in Iceland's center known simply as “the Highlands.” You've probably seen the region's rainbow-hued mountains in photos, and might even be aware that the area is very popular with hikers.