The Iceland Ring Road, also known as Route 1, is the main road that wraps around the whole of the country roughly following the coastline. It totals a whopping 828 miles.
On the edge of the South Iceland highlands sits Haifoss, one of the country’s highest waterfalls at an impressive 400 feet.
Jagged, snow-capped mountains seemingly rising from the edge of the Atlantic Ocean.
Akureyri is the biggest town outside of Reykjavik and is often considered to be the capital of the North. As a result there’s no shortage of things to do and see during your visit.
The full hike will likely take you a few hours taking you past beautiful views for much of the way. And of course the ultimate payoff is Glymur itself falling majestically.