Glymur is the highest waterfall in Iceland, formed where the river Botnsá leaves the lake Hvalvatn and after a short distance the water falls down alongside the volcano Hvalfell into a canyon with green moss. The waterfall can be accessed from Botnsá, a small village of summerhouses named after the river, where guests can find marked climbing paths up the volcano.
(Reykjavik, Ranga, Glymur, Akureyri)
As you journey through vast lava fields where twisted volcanic formations whisper stories of millennia past and erupting geysers carry long-forgotten messages from deep within the earth, a sense of timelessness pervades that will capture your imagination.
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