Wind and Water

Wind and Water

Seljalandsfoss, a spectacular waterfall in the south-west of Iceland.

Seljalandsfoss is created by the river Seljalandsá, originated from the Eyjafjallajökull glacier, that drops 60 metres over the cliffs of the former coastline. It is possible to go in a cave behind the waterfall to admire the spectacle of falling water.
Seljalandsfoss is situated in between Hvolsvöllur and Skógar at the road crossing of the Ring Road with the track going into Þórsmörk.

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