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Dynjandi (Fjallfoss)

Route 60 | Latitude: 64.65 Longitude: -15.15, Hrafnseyri, Iceland
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Full-Day Dynjandi Waterfall Tour from Isafjordur
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Dynjandi (also known as Fjallfoss) is the largest waterfall in the Westfjords region of Iceland and is considered to be one of the most impressive waterfalls in all of Iceland. The waterfall in made up of 7 waterfalls, each with its own name, one of which is Dynjandi. Dynjandi means “thunderous”. The total height of the waterfalls is about 100 m. There is also a nice campsite nearby--something to consider as the location is quite beautiful.
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Route 60 | Latitude: 64.65 Longitude: -15.15, Hrafnseyri, Iceland
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Reviewed yesterday

A bit distant of the traditional route, especially if you are on a tight schedule, but it is definitively worth the visit. There is a small path that takes you up so you can get different views. To me, this is one of Iceland's most...More

Thank GuadyC
Reviewed 1 week ago

Waterfall fatigue is a real possibility if you travel around Iceland for more than a few days, and yet the Dynjandi system manages to add a fresh twist with its multi-tiered, very large falls, along with several other smaller (individually-named) falls next to it. This...More

Thank Chris_vonR
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If you are going to travel to the Westfjords, which you should, then this is a must stop. There are a series of falls, and you can get really close to these. Make sure you wear a rain jacket as you will get wet if...More

Thank MB920
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Dynjandi is a beautiful 7 tiered waterfall that has several smaller waterfalls below it. It is located at the end of a fjord so the scenery around it is breathtaking. The drive there is over a lot of a gravel mountain roads, so be prepared...More

Thank angelfish28
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Stunning waterfall that can be seen for miles upon approach. There is a path to viewpoints up to the upper falls. It takes about 30 minutes round trip of continuous walking. Allow some time to linger and take pictures. Incredibly beautiful spot! There isn't much...More

Thank Marlynne P
Reviewed 3 March 2017

It is a hell of a trek to get here, but if you are in the Westfjords, you can't miss it. Definitely my favorite of all the many awesome Iceland waterfalls.

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Reviewed 31 January 2017

Read my blogs on "guide to Iceland" video at Youtube "basbrand"channel A very impressive water fall one annoying thing Lots of flies

Thank BasBrand2
Reviewed 8 November 2016

The top, biggest one comes down like a flowing white wedding gown, followed by several smaller ones below. The fact that it is (200 meters?) above you makes it that much more awesome.

Thank MPochaw
Reviewed 20 October 2016

One of the greatest waterfalls in Iceland. It's really a breathtaking experiences to walk up to the waterfall and feel it on you skin.

Thank Gísli S
Reviewed 15 October 2016

Dynjandi falls was our last stop before heading to our accommodation for the night. After taking the long way round from the ferry, across some fairly hair raising gravel roads from Bildudalur (single lane, blind rises, dramatic drops to the fjord below) it was a...More

2  Thank rirv76
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M1chael57
I am planning a trip to West Fjords in late March to see the lights. Would love to see this waterfall too. Is it possible to get to it in late March?
27 December 2016|
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Response from GAELLE E | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I suppose it will be possible but chilly. Best take a good equipped 4x4 car. Enjoy Iceland! Gaelle
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TravelingWithCookie
Hi, we have about a week and will begin in Reyjkavik, will rent a car. We want to have 2, at most 3 hotels as 'base' for driving a rental car to see...waterfalls, Pthingvellir...as well as hit a few semi-remote areas. Should we go north to Akurei or to West Fiords area? I have been to Iceland but my husband has not. We both love geology and hiking and consider our best vacation so far together to be Yellowstone National oMark in Wyoming. Any advice? We will be in Iceland ist 1& half weeks of September.
27 July 2016|
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Response from GAELLE E | Reviewed this property |
Hi, If you like geology you could stay at Hotel A and then go to the lava caves and lava waterfalls in the area. In the south, not far from the lagoon you have the glacier with a basalt waterfall. Very pretty as well. I... More
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camarochic
Is a 4x4 necessary to get to the parking lot of this attraction?
6 March 2016|
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Response from Auzzie3 | Reviewed this property |
We did it mid-June last year in a 2WD campervan and had no issues whatsoever.
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