Photoblog: Waterfalls, Glaciers and Valleys of Southwest Iceland

Posted on September 27, 2011 by

Intense, dramatic and colossal: the Southwestern coastline of Iceland is treacherous yet mystical. Dotted with towering volcanic mountains, bluish-white glaciers and hundreds of waterfalls, this part of the country is strikingly beautiful and packed with an endless list of natural attractions. While driving through the coast from Reykjavik, we stumbled upon one waterfall and valley after another – and each manages to top the other. To share with you the sheer beauty of this area, here are some photos snapped in various corners of Southwest Iceland over the past week.

Rainbow at the base of Eyjafjallajökull Volcano

Hiking in the Seljavallalaug Valley

 Visiting the traditional houses at the Skogar Folk Museum

The impressive 62m-tall Skogarfoss

Hiking and ice-climbing on the Sólheimajökull Glacier

Climbing Eyjafjallajökull Volcano

 

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About Nellie Huang

Nellie Huang is the co-founder of WildJunket. As a professional travel writer with a special interest in offgrid destinations and adventure travel, she scours through the world in search for a slice of undiscovered paradise. In her quest, she's climbed an active volcano in Guatemala, swam with sealions in the Galapagos and built a school in Tanzania.

One Response to “Photoblog: Waterfalls, Glaciers and Valleys of Southwest Iceland”

  1. Giri Kumar October 6, 2011 8:08 pm
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    Awesome photographs