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Dynjandi (Fjallfoss), Hrafnseyri

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Watch a series of seven waterfalls cascade together down a cumulative height of 100 m (330 ft) at Dynjandi (Fjallfoss). Climb uphill through a combination of slopes and stairs to get to the base of the main waterfall, which is notable for its trapezoidal shape. Each of the seven sections of the waterfall is marked with a signpost. Note that some sections of the paths are steep and rocky. Plan to visit Dynjandi (Fjallfoss) during your Hrafnseyri vacation using our convenient Hrafnseyri vacation planner.
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  • It is a hell of a trek to get here, but if you are in the Westfjords, you can't miss it. Definitely my favorite of all the many awesome Iceland waterfalls.  more »
  • 非常的波瀾壯闊,從遠處就能感受到她的氣勢,刺激的自然景觀,我地1月份去的,所以真的很冷,不過這里的路情真的有點遠,不過自然景觀一流,  more »
  • Read my blogs on "guide to Iceland" video at Youtube "basbrand"channel A very impressive water fall one annoying thing Lots of flies  more »
  • This waterfall is one of five most impressive waterfalls in Iceland. It is a joy to visit and the walking path past all the waterfalls up to the main stunning waterfall is a must. You do not regret to spend at least an hour or two by this waterfall. Although we make the assumption that Dynjandi is one of five most impressive, we are of the opinion that it is actually THE most impressive and beautiful waterfall in Iceland.
  • Dynjandi is a must in the West 🙌 good parking, beautiful tracks with a easy climb (long as your healthy and able) well worth a visit and overnight stay 🤓
  • One of the prettier waterfalls in Iceland, too many cascading sections to count them all. Each major 'fall' has its own unique Icelandic name. Easy walk up, and track appears to undergo regular maintenance. Toilet facilities at the car park.
  • The previous day we had visited Gullfoss, Seljalandsfoss, and Skogafoss which were overwhelming. However, Dynjandi was the most amazing one of them all. The trip itself from Reykjavik to the waterfall by rental car was breathtaking. It took us six hours to get there, including several stops to take pictures. There are no tourist facilities on site (bathroom only), and it is quite a hike from the parking lot to the bottom of the falls. There was plenty of parking spaces, and it was not nearly as tourist crowded as the south side of Iceland. We only went about half way up, and got some amazing pictures. We had seen plenty of other waterfalls on our way to Dynjandi, which were all remarkable and great for photography. One could spend at least a full day just photographing waterfalls between Dynjandi and the south side of the fjords.
  • This was one of best waterfalls I saw in the Westfjords of Iceland. Well worth the visit and the hike up to it.