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All reviews beautiful waterfall ring road climb the stairs walk up double rainbow viewing platform at the top hiking trail sunny day south coast the main road parking lot getting wet rain gear worth a stop car park be careful falls
We stopped here as our last stop of our day, and as our first stop of the following day since we were staying at the nearby Skogar Hotel. Not too many people at the end of our first evening, which was nice. We also parked...More
Absolutely worth a stop as it's beautiful. However if going when colder it's very icey yo walk to them, be prepared to walk on ice. Your best bet might be to have waterproof boots to your knees and walk up the river (it's shallow) or...More
Normally when you go see some attractions it’s usually a huge walk to get to see them. Literally you can see the waterfall from the car park. Parking was free...
The waterfall is a stunning we managed to see it yesterday when the Sun was...More
This is my favourite Icelandic waterfall, it represents the great power of water. When the sun hits the area, the golden Icelandic moss glitters in the sun and beautiful rainbows are formed over the waterfall. A beautiful experience.
NB! It is quite slippery around it!
There are lots of stunning waterfalls in Iceland but this is definitely one of my favourites. Around 2 hrs from Reykjavik on the main A1 its easy to find, and to drive too. Smallish car park, and a cafe with toilets etc. We arrived early...More
There is a trail to the top of the waterfall. You can access to the top even in winter. The trail is steep and slippery. It's better to bring your ice cleats.
This waterfall is near to "Seljalandsfoss", so you might want to plan visiting...More
These falls are just a very short drive from the Glacier Walks on the south of the island – if you do the walk, it would be utter madness not to visit the falls too. They are over two hours away from Reykjavik, so I...More
Like most attractions, if it is close to the main road, it is guaranteed to be packed with tourist. Since I was there in the winter with proper waterproof gear, I was able to get close without the spray bothering me.
Hello there. There is no overnight parking on Skogáfoss. There are signs everywhere that warn you parking after 7:00PM is prohibited. There are, however, a campsite and a hotel in the vicinity, just minutes away from the... More
Hello there. There is no overnight parking on Skogáfoss. There are signs everywhere that warn you parking after 7:00PM is prohibited. There are, however, a campsite and a hotel in the vicinity, just minutes away from the waterfall. The campsite is about 1500kr. and the hotel rates change depending on the season. Hope this information helps.