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The small canyon with the waterfall is just a few kilometres off the Ring Road on an unpaved road. The falls are not so spectacular as the big ones, but together with the canyon it makes for an great sight. You have excellent views of...More
A great stop sort of tucked away from the ring road while driving around Iceland. It is definitely pretty high up and a pretty big gorge. Be careful walking as it can be wet, but you still get some really nice views. It was a...More
Per lore, the troll Kola dug the gorge that resulted in this waterfall. The flow is not over a wide area so there is a fair roar about the place. It was not in my top half of Icelandic waterfalls but certainly worth a half...More
Nice place to get out of the car and stretch your legs! several waterfalls and a valley to explore! I had to do some research to find this one. it should be on the list of places to go! Well worth the 15 min gravel...More
We were driving in the area and so stopp3ed to see this waterfall, which starts as fans of water that consolidate into a single stream. The day was cool (mid 40's F) and partly sunny and when in sun the waterfall was especially nice.
Well worth the short drive from the ring road although the road is a bit narrow. I would suggest taking the 715 rather than the 714- better road with more pull offs. The Daeli guesthouse along the route was great as well.
Beautiful waterfall in...More
We stopped here advised by TripAdvisor. It was a 15 minute drive on a gravel road to get here from highway 1. It was an impressive waterfall that we would have overlooked otherwise. We were the only tourists at the time, which made it a...More
This was by far the highlight of my day. Every corner I turned it was a new view or another waterfall!! I parked past the bridge and took the path all the way to the very bottom (tricky at parts). It was windy and cold...More