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. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Dynjandi (Fjallfoss) by using our Hrafnseyri sightseeing planner.
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  • This waterfall it difficult to miss as you will see it from some distance away when you drive from Isafjordur on Route 60 south. You can see why it is reckoned to be the most dramatic waterfall in... 
    This waterfall it difficult to miss as you will see it from some distance away when you drive from Isafjordur on Route 60 south. You can see why it is reckoned to be the most dramatic waterfall in...  more »
  • Dropping down from the moors into the valley is impressive enough, but the cloud of mist tells you something even more dramtic is coming. We brake for all water falls, so this was a clear... 
    Dropping down from the moors into the valley is impressive enough, but the cloud of mist tells you something even more dramtic is coming. We brake for all water falls, so this was a clear...  more »
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  • Lovely. It's a waterfall. It's massive. The road is much improved from years ago, too.
  • This was a delightful place, surrounded by beauty and stillness. The waterfall itself is magnificent, and you can get very close to it. They do not allow drones to be used there. The bathrooms are quite nice and well kept, and there's a number of them. There's a small barbecue place built out of the local stone. The route 60 from the south to get there is gravel road, moderately rough. We took a camper van through it and went slow and it wasn't too big of a deal. Going north from the waterfall, you only have a short amount of time on a gravel road and then it goes to full paved.

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