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Svöðufoss is located on the north side of the Snæfellsnes Peninsula, close to Snæfellsnes National Park. It is a powerful, 10m high waterfall in the river Laxá, and falls from a cliff of basalt columns. It is not far from the village Rif, and from there it is a gravel road which is being improved  every year leading  up to a carpark with a good frontal view of Svöðufoss waterfall. If it is a sunny day the Snæfellsjökul glacier can be seen in the background of the waterfall.

Car parking GPS: 64.898770, -23.813397


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