List of waterfalls of Iceland
Iceland is unusually suited for waterfalls. This island country has a north Atlantic climate that produces frequent rain and snow and a near-Arctic location that produces large glaciers, whose summer melts feed many rivers. As a result, it is home to a number of large and powerful waterfalls.
- Faxi or Vatnsleysufoss in Tungufljót river
- Foss á Síðu
- Gjáin has many small waterfalls
- Gullfoss (Golden Falls)
- Háifoss (High Falls)
- Ófærufoss used to be noted for the impressive natural bridge which stood above the falls, but it collapsed in 1993.
- Skógafoss (Forest Falls)
- Svartifoss (Black Falls) is one of the many waterfalls of Skaftafell National Park
- Systrafoss, in Kirkjubæjarklaustur
- Þjófafoss on the Merkurhraun lava fields
- Öxarárfoss, at Þingvellir National Park
- Fagrifoss, near Kirkjubæjarklaustur
- Morsárfoss, 228m waterfall formed from the retreat of Morsárjökull that is now Iceland's tallest.
- Dynjandi, sometimes called Fjallfoss.