November, December, January, February, March.
Winter in Iceland
The birds leave and nature comes to a quiet grinding hold… only the howling wind, the roar of the dark sea, and the song of the glaciers can be heard. It may be the darkest time of the year, but also the most magical. We can’t help getting excited when the grand ice caves open up their blue wonderful world under the ancient glacier. Even when nature sends a blizzard our way, covers the road in black ice, or smacks us in the face with ice cold wind, then we simply have to bow to the forces of winter in awe and respect.
Winter is December, January, February, March.
The average temperature in Reykjavik (-0.5°C /31°F) similar to New York City or Hamburg.