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Dynjandi (Fjallfoss)

Route 60 | Latitude: 64.65 Longitude: -15.15, Hrafnseyri, Iceland
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Dynjandi (also known as Fjallfoss) is the largest waterfall in the Westfjords region of Iceland and is considered to be one of the most impressive waterfalls in all of Iceland. The waterfall in made up of 7 waterfalls, each with its own name, one of which is Dynjandi. Dynjandi means “thunderous”. The total height of the waterfalls is about 100 m. There is also a nice campsite nearby--something to consider as the location is quite beautiful.
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Route 60 | Latitude: 64.65 Longitude: -15.15, Hrafnseyri, Iceland
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Reviewed 2 days ago

This was a stop on our tour of the Westfjords. This waterfall is absolutely beautiful. You start seeing it many miles away, and the different perspectives from the road and on the hike up are great fun. The climb up is not bad, but there...More

Thank Linda S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Dynjandi is a lovely Westfjords waterfall. There are actually several waterfalls here. You hike up the hill, and Dynjandi is the largest waterfall at the top. It is memorable as the water flows less powerfully than many other waterfalls we saw in Iceland, but the...More

Thank LissaJ41
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Amazing fall. Definitely one of our top 3 waterfalls in iceland. We Went there around 2 o clock. There were some other people but it definitely wasn't as crowded as the rest of the falls we saw in the other parts of iceland. To come...More

Thank Susanne1990
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This waterfall is one of many in the Westfjords and it certainly is the most impressive. There were a lot of tourists in the carpark but they disperse very nicely over the 5 waterfalls that make up the main cascade. There are toilets installed which...More

Thank Louise M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

As a waterfall it is outstanding. Exceedingly pretty, and it is easy to walk beside the tumbling water, as well as having several smaller waterfalls branching off it. It is truely magnificent. You hear the water falling long before you reach it. The Icelandic word...More

Thank Margaret H
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This set of waterfalls are beautiful with a giant dynjandi at the top and lots of smaller, prettier waterfalls further down. Takes just over five mins to walk to the top of the path and see the whole thing. A great stop off along the...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We drove north from Flokalundur, about 40 minutes across gravel roads (but not F roads). A bit of a trek, but well worth it. Not just one fall, but several. There is a short (15 min) hike up past several falls up to the main...More

Thank JesterFer
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This waterfalls in the entire area around it was absolutely stunning. It literally took our breath away when we got out of the car. The sound of the water roaring from the parking area was dominant. It really is amazing. An absolute must see. It...More

Thank Michael H
Reviewed July 15, 2017 via mobile

It's absolutely stunning setting. Not only the series of waterfalls but also the surroundings. It was just beutiful. And the Dynjandi waterfll is pretty huge. There are ofcourse bigger ones in Iceland but the whole setting around this one makes it special. Hike up the...More

Thank Jenny A
Reviewed July 15, 2017 via mobile

We went from the tonn of Suðureyri and drove in a rainy weather to the Dynjandi waterfalls. Dynjandi in Icelandic means thundering. We went uphill to the large waterfall and it was about 15 minutes hike uphill on a narrow trail. When we were all...More

Thank JacNor28
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Maritza R
August 20, 2017|
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Response from Louise M | Reviewed this property |
Hi, a VW 2WD will be sufficient to reach Dynjandi from Reykjavik if the weather keeps. Make sure to check on vedur.is that you won't encounter any snow or heavy rain. The drive is mostly on gravel with steep slopes, even... More
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M1chael57
December 26, 2016|
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Response from GAELLE E | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I suppose it will be possible but chilly. Best take a good equipped 4x4 car. Enjoy Iceland! Gaelle
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July 27, 2016|
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Response from GAELLE E | Reviewed this property |
Hi, If you like geology you could stay at Hotel A and then go to the lava caves and lava waterfalls in the area. In the south, not far from the lagoon you have the glacier with a basalt waterfall. Very pretty as well. I... More
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