64.2643° N, 20.5157° W
Brúarfoss waterfall is famous for its vivid blue color and is in fact called “Iceland’s bluest waterfall”. The name Brúarfoss means “bridge waterfall”, named after a stone archway that once crossed the river. That arch fell hundreds of years ago, but the name remains the same. The waterfall is fed by glacier water from Brúará river, the second largest clear water river in Iceland derived from Langjökull glacier, the second largest glacier in Iceland. This glacial water is what gives Brúarfoss its sky blue color.
The parking lot is located 3,5 km (2.2 miles) from the waterfall so be prepared to walk. On google maps it is called “Brúarfoss Waterfall Official Parking” and is located on route 37. It will take roughly one hour to walk to the Waterfall and it’s relatively easy, you’ll see a wide gravel path north that will lead you the way. Just keep going straight. You’ll see two smaller waterfalls along the way, called Hlauptungufoss and Midfoss.