Dynjandi (Fjallfoss), Hrafnseyri
Categories: Waterfalls, Nature & Parks
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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I am a waterfall enthusiast - and as we all know, there a billion waterfalls in Iceland!! - but this one topped them all for me! If you're coming from the south, as you come around the bend you can se... read more »
This was one of best waterfalls I saw in the Westfjords of Iceland. Well worth the visit and the hike up to it.
You can see from parking lot or you can walk up gravel path and stone steps to many different stopping and viewing points. Our tour (Wildwest Fjords)gave us 1 hour here which was good if wanted walk t... read more »
By far, the most incredible waterfall in Iceland and one of the most beautiful in the world. It is simply huge and you can climb up the mountain slope along its side for over an hour. The views looking up and down the slope will shock you. The summit has the mouth of the waterfall, which is a terraced cake of white rapids flowing over a rocky face. Spellbinding.
Amy and Zac Escape
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.
From the campsite you have an AMAZING VIEW of the big waterfall and the water. The place is surrounded by wonderful mountains. The campsite is free, the toilets have a non enforced fee of 200 KR (~2 USD). Only downside: no showers.
Berglind Guðrún Beinteinsdottir
This is such a beautiful waterfall, it is really something else. This is a must place visiting while driving through the Westfjords.
The west Fjords are a hard place to drive, especially when not during summer. That said, the views are beautiful. The waterfall is impressive, a system of 7 falls, with the larger one at the top of the trail. There's a good structure for tourists, with parking spaces, restrooms and water.
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