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Djúpagilsfoss

What could be better than relaxing in a natural hotspring after a hike to a beautiful waterfall? If that sounds like a perfect Icelandic afternoon,

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Gluggafoss

Gluggafoss

Gluggafoss, also known as Merkjárfoss, is a two-tiered waterfall located on the Merkjá River in the Southern Region. The Merkjá River has many beautiful waterfalls, but Gluggafoss is the most significant. Gluggafoss is increasing in popularity, but it is still a relatively overlooked waterfall.

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Foss á Síðu

Foss á Síðu is a commonly seen waterfall that is frequently passed. This waterfall is located in the Southern Region and is viewable from the Ring Road (Route 1). Foss á Síðu is not a mighty waterfall, but its slender cascade against the dark cliffside and vivid greenery makes it truly beautiful. Many would be surprised to learn that Foss á Síðu is Iceland’s 14th tallest waterfall.

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Granni Waterfall Iceland

Granni

Granni, “neighbor,” is the direct sibling of the more popular Háifoss. Granni is ranked the 7th tallest waterfall in Iceland, measuring at a total of 417 ft.

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Aldeyjarfoss

Aldeyjarfoss

Just downstream from Goðafoss, you can find Aldeyjarfoss. Aldeyjarfoss is a small waterfall with a single drop for 66 ft. What it lakes in height, it makes up for in beauty. Similar to Svartifoss, Aldeyjarfoss is surrounded by an amphitheater of basalt columns.   

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Glymur Waterfall

Glymur

Glymur is the second tallest waterfall in Iceland. It stands at a staggering 198 m (650 ft). It held the title as the tallest waterfall in Iceland until 2011.

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Brúarárfoss (Brúarfoss)

Brúarárfoss, also known as Brúarfoss, is titled “Iceland’s Bluest Waterfall.” It’s a small waterfall at only around 10 ft (3 m) in height, but it’s known for its horseshoe-like shape and vivid blue water. The glacial river Brúará creates the waterfall and is sourced from the Langjökull glacier. The bright blue waters are only exacerbated as Brúarárfoss plunges into the crevice that it creates within the dark volcanic rock.

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