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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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Gullfoss from the walking trail


Gullfoss is the largest waterfall in Europe with an average flow of water is around 49,441 ft³/s. Gullfoss is fed from the wide Hvítá river.

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Hiking to GOÐAFOSS


Goðafoss is rich in history and legend. Fed by the Skjálfandafljót river, the horseshoe-shaped waterfall stands at 37 feet (5m).

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Kermóafoss Summer


Near Reykjavík, you can find the beautiful waterfall Kermóafoss. Locals can be seen fishing the river for trout and salmon, but all visitors are welcome to enjoy the wildlife the river brings into the park. You might even see the wild rabbits hopping about!

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summer day at helgufoss


A family-friendly waterfall without the crowds. Helgufoss stands at 39 ft, with a gentle flow. This beautiful waterfall is only a short drive away from Reykjavík.

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Prestagilfoss, also known as the Prestagil Waterfall, is a hidden waterfall tucked away in the Prestagil Ravine. It’s also the 4th tallest waterfall in Iceland.

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Klifbrekkufossar is a series of several cascading falls in the Mjóifjörður fjord. Klifbrekkufossar is one of Iceland’s tallest major waterfalls at 300 ft (91 m) but doesn’t often receive that recognition due to the segmented drops. The name means Klifbrekkufossar,  “Climbing Slope Falls,” as the waterfall is shaped like a set of stairs climbing up the cliffside. Fossar is the plural word for waterfalls, but Klifbrekkufossar is considered a single waterfall.

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Múlafoss (Múlagljúfur)

Tucked away in the Múlagljúfur canyon, you can find two waterfalls, Múlafoss and Hangandifoss. Múlafoss is the smaller of the two and more challenging to access, but it still adds plenty of beauty to the canyon. Múlafoss is 331 ft with multiple drops, and most drops remain hidden, but the single 176 ft drop is visible.

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