Up to 200 cruise ship passengers disembarked at Hornstrandir Nature Reserve in the Westfjords in a single day this week.
The Environment Agency of Iceland has reported ten incidents of illegal, off-road driving since the beginning of June.
The Environment Agency of Iceland closed both trails earlier in the spring when they became untraversable due to an excess of foot traffic and wet weather.
So-called expedition ships, often marketed as nature or birding tours, carry 150 – 400 passengers and are becoming increasingly popular in Iceland.
Reindeer hunters must carry their hunting permit and firearm permit with them at all times when hunting.
The walkway had been very icy after a long and snowy winter, but now is safe for visitors once again.
The Environment Agency of Iceland will begin measuring air pollution from cruise ships docking in Seyðisfjörður, East Iceland.