Dettifoss


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Dettifoss

(dĕ`tĭfôs), waterfall, in the Jökulsá á Fjöllum River, NE Iceland. Iceland's most impressive fall, it drops 144 ft (44 m) into a long canyon.
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Sunday saw us heading for Dettifoss - the most powerful waterfall in Europe - via Super Jeep on a road which sign after sign told us was impassable.
Less known but equally as stunning is the Dettifoss waterfall in Vatnajokull National Park in north east Iceland.
Iceland's second city is the gateway to the Arctic North, where highlights include Europe's most powerful waterfall Dettifoss, lava formation Dimmuborgir, the Krafla volcano, inset, and Myvatn Nature Baths - a far less touristy alternative to the Blue Lagoon.
The first four Acqua towers -namely Niagara, Sutherland, Dettifoss and Livingstone (interior designed by MissoniHome-were completed earlier by CPG.
The first four Acqua towers, namely Niagara, Sutherland, Dettifoss and Livingstone (interior designed by MissoniHome) were completed in the previous years.
A new addition to the 'orange list' - areas in potential danger - is Dettifoss, the most powerful waterfall in Europe.
Starting and ending in Reykjavik, this eight-day tour takes you to such natural wonders as Dettifoss, Europe's most powerful waterfall and the expansive canyon of Asbyrgi.
Top of the list of places to visit are the Blue Lagoon spa near Grindavik, the Great Geysir in the Haukadalur valley and Dettifoss, the largest waterfall in Europe.
13 ICELAND is home to Europe's most powerful waterfalls - Gullfoss (The Golden Falls) and Dettifoss (Falling Falls).
75 shows the boundary of Skaftafell National Park in 2004, as well as the proposed Vatnajokull National Park (2007), which includes all of the ice cap plus a vast area to the west and northwest, in addition to separate areas around Myvatn and Dettifoss in the far north of Iceland.