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Háifoss

600_1976-ec_wThis waterfall is one of the highest waterfalls of Iceland. The river Þjórsárdal, a side arm of Þjórsá, falls 122m.  That’s the 3rd highest waterfall of Iceland.

Because of this height, it is a very strange feeling to look in the deep. In addition you have to be extremely careful, not to step too close to the edge of the canyon, as always on Iceland. Often you find grass or other plants growing over the edge and thus covering the dangerous ledge and slack stones.

Take care!

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