Dynjandi waterfall in the Westfjords is one of the countries most beautiful watefalls! Dynjandi cascades 100 m (329 ft) over terraces of basalt boulders.
Translating to “the Thunderer” in English, Dynjandi cascades 100 m (329 ft) over terraces of basalt boulders. The original source can be traced to the upland from the river Dynjandisá. From the top, the water can be followed to the waterfall and other lakes and rivers.
All of the waterfalls in Dynjandi come from Lake Stóra-Eyjavatn, which currently measures at 350 m above sea level. Dynjandisá River is a runoff river which has been known to suffer from seasonal floods in the springtime and in the winter, where the river volume can increase up to 10 times its resting state.
Dynjandi is situated between Dynjandisvogur Bay and Arnarfjörður Fjord, approximately 85 km away from the port town of Ísafjörður.
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