Skogafoss is another of Iceland's natural beauties, just a couple of hours east of Reykjavik on the southern part of the ring road heading toward Vik.
Cascading gracefully down from the Eyjafjallajökull glacier, the Volcano that 2010 North Atlantic air travellers cursed. This waterfall is tall and wide and very majestic. Definitely a must see on a trip to Iceland and a side trip to a nearby local folk museum is also very intriguiing.
Iceland the land of 10,000 waterfalls, massive glaciers, stunning mountain views, amazing coastal scenes, and unspoiled majesty that abounds. We loved this waterfall because it is so beautiful, and of course there is a treasure to be found somewhere at it's base. Good luck if you are trying to find it! But do not let it stop you from enjoying the majesty of Skogafoss!