Steinbogafoss – Suðurland, Iceland

Steinbogafoss is the third major waterfall about ½ mile upstream of Skógafoss. The falls drop about 25 feet in a uniform curtain-style plunge that spreads to about 65 feet in width.

Fosstorfufoss on the Skógá River

The 35-foot Fosstorfufoss is the second of many waterfalls on the Skógá River, upstream of Skógafoss and ¼ mile past Hestavaðsfoss. The hundreds of steps to the top of Skógafoss is the most difficult part of the hike.

Hestavaðsfoss (Hestavadsfoss) – Suðurland, Iceland

Hestavaðsfoss is the first of many waterfalls on the Skógá River above Skógafoss on the Laugavegur trail. After hiking up the several hundred steps to the top of Skógafoss, proceed another 200 meters to Hestavaðsfoss. The steps are the what makes the hike tiring.

Iceland Road Trip Itinerary – June 19, 2007 to July 10, 2007

This trip covers the Iceland portion of a month-long Summer trip that also included a brief stopover in Western New York as well as New York City (with Julie’s cousin) after the Iceland part of the trip. I’m including the New York City part of the trip…

“Mired in the Sights of the South” (Southern Iceland – June 5, 2007 to June 7, 2007)

I was determined to try to see the falls past the short narrow slot canyon with boulders wedged above. So I took off my socks, wore my chacos, and started wading…