Again, these are magnificent waterfalls. Photos do not even do them justice. Wear lots of layers & waterproof pants & jacket over your layers.
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This waterfalls is one of the many few in the same road. It is worth a stop and a walk around the area is simply refreshing along the river. Take a snack and a drink and walk along the falls and enjoy the beauty of...More
This was the last major waterfall visited so my eyes were already over wowed by all the amazing sites. every waterfall is unique. This is where you most certainly will get wet if you try to see the back side of this waterfall. parking must...More
We visited Seljalandsfoss as part of a south coast tour. It is a tall waterfall, and it's quite pretty. During the warmer months, you can walk behind the waterfall, although apparently you will get quite wet doing this. The walkway was totally covered in ice...More
This is a really unique waterfall that it is beside 2 other falls on its right side. You can walk up to the base of the falls but be careful as the rocks are very slippery from the constant stream of water mist on the...More
Such a huge majestic beat of a waterfall. And great to view in summer or winter. I saw it covered in snow and the spray iced over all the paths but it was still a great experience. Just be very careful climbing the stairs and...More
Parking fee is 500 kronas, around $5 USD. Nice bathrooms, coffee stand, sitting area. You get to get close to the waterfall and even go behind it for those who are dressed appropriately. Dont forget to walk down to the hidden waterfall, Gljufrabui!
I love this waterfall because you can go behind the waterfall and look at it from an entirely different angle. When you are here, you have to walk down a few hundred meters to Gljúfrabúi falls too! Note: parking there costs about $10.