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All reviews the main road ring road short drive worth a stop longest river quick visit nice stop parking area five minutes parking lot first stop take photos volume selfoss voluminous waterfall fishing
We were told that this is the most voluminous waterfall / river in iceland. Kind of hard to tell since it is not as big or as high as the other waterfalls in iceland, but we thought it was a good stop and one that...More
The sign for this falls is small and the parking lot is hidden down a road and behind some hills so we did not notice it until we had passed the turn off on our way south. Crossing the bridge we could see the mist...More
Not the best waterfall I’ve visited in Iceland, but still impressive to see. Probably the weather played an important role in my sensations, in fact that morning was really cloudy. I’ve seen some pictures of the place while sunny and it looked way better.
This fall was well worth our time. Located just a few minutes off Hwy 1 on urridafossvegur (233) with parking. There is a sign for parking. This is reported to be the most voluminous waterfall in Iceland. There were 3 local men fishing and us....More
Sitting about 115 km from KEF on the counterclockwise drive along the ring road is this under rated beauty. The carpark is not far from a turnoff along Route 1. And the falls is almost visible from the carpark itself. There was no crowd when...More
This was the first waterfall that we saw in Iceland. The owners of 360 Hotel where we were staying recommended it because it was close to hotel. We drove over before dinner to see it. It was secluded and not crowded at all. Easy to...More
As amazing as all the other waterfalls are, they are filled with tourists. This waterfall isn't as grand as the others but there are much fewer people who know about it and visit it. The waterfall was really cool and only a short drive off...More