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... 100 km north of where we were. We visited the info center briefly then headed up the mountain. We hiked about 1.6 km up ( I got quite winded a few times). But we reached the top and got a good look at this magnificent waterfall and surrounding area. We hiked back down then hit the road for the long drive back to Vik. One of the highlights on the road were all the sheep and horses. And yes, eventually two times we had to stop to let them cross. Frisky ...
... that you are behind the waterfall. I got rather wet! Was cool though! Back on the road again. Our second stop was the next waterfall - Skógafoss waterfall. This one was much larger - being 25m across, a more traditional sheet of water. At the base was a shallow river running away from it on a large flat rocky ground. There were hundreds of steps leading up the cliff side to reach the top of the waterfall - a bit of exercise!! From the top you could see all around ...
... of meat soup and coffee, we set off for the car. An awesome experience and one that needs to be on everyone’s bucket list.
We headed east on the Ring Road, stopping frequently as we encountered one massive vista after another. After the somewhat bland experience the previous day, it seemed like the weather (sunny, but quite windy) and the sights were conspiring to show us that the country can’t be judged by its capital alone. From farmlands ...
... This whole area used to be the most remote in Island until they built a key bridge/road link. Then a massive flood from the glacier took out the bridge. I snapped a pic of the bridge footings that still remain. This remains a constant threat for the area as the glaciers are still up there and the volcanoes are still active.
Skaftafell, a national glacier park, was our last port of call for the day. We had a glacier walk scheduled for ...
From Oddi we took the scenic route back to the ring road. I've included some pictures but with the cloud layer I know they are difficult to see. The landscape was unbelievable almost like it was made for giants. There is still snow in the higher elevations but none that we've been close too. Our scenic route was through a pretty little valley with another country church, a tree farm run by ...