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Hiking to Iceland's DC-3 Plane Wreck with Baby - The February Fox
In the middle of the Sólheimasandur black sand beach in Southern Iceland lies a crashed United States Navy Douglas Super DC-3 airplane that crashed in the 1970s. No one was hurt and the fuselage was left on the beach where it still remains. It’s safe to say that my husband and I are pretty ambitious when it comes to traveling with our 1.5-year-old. That said, I was a bit nervous to make the trek to the DC-3 Plane Wreck in Iceland. Several years ago, the driving path to the wreck was closed due to unruly tourists ruining it for everyone. (Seriously, don’t be “that guy.”) Now the journey involves a 1.5 hour roundtrip walk to the famed site. When we visited Iceland in early October the wind reached speeds of 30 mph with a slight drizzle in the air. We had planned on letting Fox get some energy out and walk along the path with us, but the frequent gusts were literally blowing him over! Luckily we had planned ahead with a couple tools that helped us make a successful trip there and back. Sturdy child carrier – This was our first time using this particular child carrier and it was uh-mazing. …