Kirkjufellsfoss (‘Church Mountain Falls’) is a short but well-situated waterfall often seen with Mt Kirkjufell on the north side of the Snæfellsnes Peninsula.
Grundarfoss is an impressive 70m waterfall near Grundarfjörður and Kirkjufellsfoss as it tempts us to stop for it even though we’d have to go somewhere else
Baejarfoss (‘Town Falls’) is situated right behind the charming Ólafsvík, which we accessed by doing the short walk starting from within the center of town.
Bjarnarfoss is a tall waterfall tumbling behind the farming hamlet of Buðir opposite the Mælifell Volcano. It’s said that under the falls stands Fjallkonan.
Klukkufoss (‘Clock Falls’) is a waterfall fed by the melting Snæfellsjökull Glacier dropping over twisted and bent basalt columns dictating its trajectory.
Svodufoss (Svöðufoss) is a large block waterfall fed by the melting Snæfellsjökull Glacier, where I managed to see both of them together from a distance.