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Hengifoss waterfall is one of the most popular attractions of East Iceland. Hengifoss waterfall is known as the 3rd highest waterfall in Iceland. It measures a whopping total of 128 meters in height and is mainly popular with the beautiful backdrop of the ribbon-like cascading waterfall. Made with striking red clay and beautiful black basalt rock, the alternating colored pattern of the rocks creates a beautiful contrast for the white as snow falling water in the forefront.
If you are planning to visit Iceland’s Glymur Waterfall then trust us, it is undoubtedly going to be one of your best hiking trips ever. The cliffs, river crossings, unusual natural backdrop, and beautiful clear clouds await you! When in Iceland, Glymur Waterfall Hike is something you can not afford to miss. It is the second-highest waterfall in Iceland and is a very popular tourist destination.
Glymur Waterfall, is 198 meters tall, and the second highest waterfall in Iceland.
Dynjandi waterfall is known as the most beautiful attraction of Westfjords. Dynjandi is the biggest waterfall in the region. Also known as Fjallfoss, it is the first in a series of 7 waterfalls with a cumulative height of 100 m, being 30 m wide at the top and 60 m wide at the base. While each of the waterfall beneath the main one on top is spectacular on its own, the cumulative effect of the seven falls is impressive and immersive. The sheer volume of water and its sound and power is surreal.
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