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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...more
Dynjandi is just one of those see-for-yourself type of things - and you should. And since it is off the standard tourist track you'll experience a more intimate moment than at other "must see" places in Iceland.
The photos you may see do not do it justice. It is quite magnificent.
From the parking lot to the top of the trail is supposed to be 15 minutes, but that is a hearty walk. There are other falls to see along the way,...More
After reading reviews and seeing pictures, I was quite surprised by what was in front of me at Dynjandi. The falls were really big and powerful. You had a long walk uphill on a good path to get to the main waterfall, and there were...More
This is a series of waterfalls that get more amazing as you go up the hill. We saw someone in a wheelchair part way up, but it would not be possible to go up all the way due to the stairs. The midges were bad...More
We drove 31 kms of dusty unpaved gravel road in June from Flokalundur to Dynjandi. It is a beautiful scenic and winding road some 15% gradient with some no railings. We met a large truck and small sedans on the road without an issue. We...More
The Westfjords can be summed up in one word: breathtaking. This waterfall is no exception. You see the falls from a distance as you make your way around the fjord...but it is hard to appreciate how massive these falls are until you get to the...More
This waterfall was an unexpected wonderful surprise. I had seen pictures of the big, main waterfall. I knew there was a small fall along the ways, but was surprised there were several waterfalls along the trail up. Each of the waterfalls would have been beautiful...More
I have to say I was wondering if I would go “Oh another waterfall” but no these ones are impressive and easy to walk up beside. One thing I have been learning on our visit is that Iceland accepts danger is your responsibility so you...More
It was a long drive from Akureyri about 6 hours. We were nervous at first because of the distance and had no idea on how the roads would be like. Now we understand why the place is not easily accessible during winter. The good thing...More
It is mostly good road, but there are parts that are pretty rough. I think you should be able to do it in a car, but an SUV is much better. It is out in the middle of nowhere. There are restrooms there, but I believe they... More
It is mostly good road, but there are parts that are pretty rough. I think you should be able to do it in a car, but an SUV is much better. It is out in the middle of nowhere. There are restrooms there, but I believe they are only open in the summer. When we were there, they were locked. Not sure what the dates are that they are open.