The Westfjords are just perfect for self-driving during spring, summer and fall. But you want to do it at a slow pace. The roads in the Westfjords have earned a reputation for being rough, difficult and sometimes demanding to drive. All this has become a myth and the road system has improved a lot in recent years and is still being improved. True, there are still some gravel roads that can be rough, but extensive road improvements along with new tunnels and bridges have completely changed the access to the area. The entire road #61 is now paved, and on-road #60 there is only some 130 km that are still gravel. To visit attractions such as Látrabjarg, Rauðasandur, and Norðurfjörður you will have to drive some gravel roads, but they are open for all types of cars throughout the summer. These roads are in reality the gate to unique adventures and once in a lifetime experiences.