63.7713° N, 18.1718° W
This tongue twister of a name is even hard for Icelandic people to pronounce. Fjarðárgljúfur is about 100 meters deep and about 2 kilometers long. The bedrock in Fjaðrárgljúfur is mostly palagonite from cold periods of the Ice Age and is thought to be about two million years old. The road is unpaved, but any type of car should be able to drive on it in summer. However, in winter (between October and April) a 4X4 car is recommended, as the road is not well maintained and can be snowy or icy. You park right by the restroom and from there you’ll see the start of the canyon. You can walk towards a small bridge where you can have a better look into the canyon. From the restroom, there is a clear way to the main viewpoint which takes around 20 minutes to walk to and it’s relatively easy. The waterfall that falls into the canyon is called Mögáfoss. Drones are not allowed.
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