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Conditions in popular tourist sites:  Conditions depend entirely on the weather so that must be checked every day. Many trails are now muddy or icy and therefore it‘s important to wear proper footwear as it can be slippery and falls cause accidents. Microspikes are recommended at many places. Reykjanes: Krísuvíkurvegur (42) part of it is gravel road that is in very bad condition, many big potholes, drive slowly. Construction going on by Gunnuhver where they are fixing the decks and more. Valahnjúkur is closed due to dangerous conditions! The road to Selártangar is in very bad shape. Þingvellir: Nothing remarkable about the conditions.    Geysir: The paths can be icy/slippery because of night frost. Please stay on marked paths. Gullfoss: The paths are slippery at this time, especially in the morning because of night frost. It can also be wet and muddy. Please stay on marked paths. Microspikes are recommended. Western Iceland: Dangerous area around the landslide in Hítardalur. Please do not go there! In the whole West Iceland the nature is very wet and muddy and very important to stay on marked trails. Nothing remarkable about other conditions in West Iceland. Snæfellsjökull National Park: It has snowed on the Snæfellsjökull glacier and the fresh snow hides the old cravasses, so going there without a guide is highly not recommendet. Road 570 closed/impassable. Important to show caution at/around sea cliffs. Westfjords: In general winter conditions can be expected on roads higher than 100-200 m above sea level. The mountain pass over Dynjandisheiði (and other gravel roads) are in very bad condition, big potholes and when it rains/snows it gets muddy. Note …