This is one of the most controversial hydroelectric power stations in Iceland. In the period 2003-2006 they guided roughly one thousand people round in this precious landscape, which was a sanctuary for reindeer and geese 600 m above sea level and where the great glacier Vatnajökull had created fertile soil. Even though Ásta and Ósk have stopped their direct partnership, they continue now individually to guide people round in these areas of the central highlands of Iceland which are threatened by construction work. Ásta's work focuses on yoga between the hills with the aim of increasing awareness of the preservation of nature and the importance of protecting the earth's flora and fauna, and Ósk specialises in trips and outdoor courses for children and young people. Articles on these two and their enterprising initiatives have been published in Icelandic newspapers and different outdoor magazines, including the French magazine TREK.