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Glanni Waterfall, Bifrost

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Desoite being smaller than most and not as spectacular as some it was quite a pretty water fall just near Grabrok Crater and worth a visit.  more »
  • Approx. 1.5 miles there and back on a flat, well groomed trail. Gorgeous waterfall and also a crystal clear pond which is further up on a side trail to the right down some steps. The hike ends at the ...  more »
  • We stopped at Glanni on our way to northern Iceland. It was just off of 1. Then we took a short hike to an overlook. It was very pretty and a good way to break up a trip.  more »
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  • Quick trip from the parking lot. A pretty waterfall. There was also no one there.
  • It's just a short walk to this neat little waterfall. Although the trail isn't marked where to turn off, you should be able to hear the falls and be obvious. Beautiful in winter with all of the ice on it!
  • Awesome spot. Requires a short 3-5 minute walk from the car park and it is a little unclear as to when you need to turn off the main path to the waterfall, you can probably hear it though (I had headphones on though). It would just be nice to have some more signage.
  • No one was a round really felt like a winter land . Love the location no one was there when we went today at 1pm. The road is not salted so it may be hard to find but there should be some tracks that lead you to a small golfing hut which is closed in the winter.
  • What a beautiful sight. Ask your tour guide about the story of the farmer who saved the falls. Also, there is a little restaurant near by, I encourage you to try the lamb soup.