Glymur (“The Ringing One”) was, until quite recently, Iceland’s highest waterfall at 198 meters. With the receding of the glaciers another, higher waterfall, has been discovered in the river Morsá, but its height of 228 meters needs to be confirmed before Glymur officially loses the title.
Glymur and part of the canyon wall. This is not the place for you if are scared of heights or if you have height-induced vertigo. Click to enlarge the image.