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Lots of falls in Iceland. More spectacular then ones closer to southeast area. Its a ways off the road ( about 25 Km) and you'd never expect what was there. Landscape is flat and then becomes rocky. Little bit of a walk and BAM there...More
This waterfall is a must-see when travelling in this area. It is the most powerful waterfall in Europe and absolutely stunning. There is an 800 m walk to get to the falls, which cascade along a length of 100 m and have a drop of...More
I read reviews about knee-deep snow in May and I can believe it! We went mid-April and the snow was thawing leaving tons of spots where rubber boots would've come in handy. If you have them...wear them. I only had hiking shoes and I had...More
We took route 862 in April which was luckily open, despite snow but we had been monitoring the road in the run up to our trip. The road is an easy drive and takes you to a car park which is approximately 15 minutes from...More
Quite a drive to get to Dettifoss. Once there we found the paths snowy and icy...ok for us, but others struggled. Very powerful waterfall, it certainly has presence. At this time it appeared to be ‘dirty’ water, certainly not as picturesque as most others, but...More
We visited here on our trip around Iceland. It's a bit of a drive to get there with access only from the south in winter from the ring road. The scale of it is quite something to see. It's a short walk from the car...More