Kolugljúfur is a gorge in the Víðidalur river in North West Iceland. It’s about 1 km long and up to 25 meters deep. According to legend the canyon is named after a female troll called Kola who lived near this bridge.
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Kolugljúfur – Kolu Gorge

Kolugljúfur is a gorge in the Víðidalur river in North West Iceland. It’s about 1 km long and up to 25 meters deep. Several waterfalls

Hvítserkur sea stack is a basalt sea stack about 15 m high and close to the coast. It has two holes at its base, which give it the appearance of an animal drinking. Some say it resembles a dragon, an elephant or a rhino.
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Hvítserkur

Hvítserkur Sea Stack Located in North West Iceland on the Vatnsnes Peninsula. The distance from Reykjavik by road is 229 km (142 mi), approxymately 3

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Ketubjörg

Ketubjörg Sea Cliffs Located in North West Iceland on the Skagi peninsula, north of the town of Sauðarkrókur. Ketubjörg are sea cliffs which are the

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Hljóðaklettar

Hljóðaklettar means rocks that echo  due to accoustic effects. It is located in North East Iceland. It is in Jökulsárgljúfur Canyon which is part of

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Ásbyrgi

Located in North East Iceland, Ásbyrgi is a hoseshoe-shaped canyon, part of the Vatnajökull National Park and the northern entrance to Jökulsárgljúfur National Park. It

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Stóragjá

Stóragjá rift Located in North East Iceland, by Lake Mývatn not far away from the better known canyon Grjótagjá. Stóragjá is a little-known rift located

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Grjótagjá

Grjótagjá Canyon Located in North East Iceland, by Lake Mývatn. A small cave with a geothermal hot spring. It used to be a popular bathing

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Kambsfoss

Kambsfoss is a waterfal located in North West Iceland in the river Austurá in the valley Austurárdalur.  It is perhaps best known for its salmon

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Hafragilsfoss

Located in the river Jokulsar a fjollum in the north east of Iceland, a part of Jokulsargljufur,  the largest canyon in Iceland. Further  downstream to the

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Goðafoss

Goðafoss  is located in North East Iceland. This waterfall  is of the river Skjálfandafljót, drops  12 metres and over a width of 30 meters. It

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Aldeyjafoss

Aldeyjarfoss is located in the Skjálfandafljót river in North Iceland, it is 20 metres high and tumbles through a narrow passage into a wide basin.

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Dettifoss

Dettifoss is in the Vatnajökul national park, North East of Iceland. Located in Jökulsá á Fjöllum river, which flows from the Vatnajökull glacier, the biggest