Háifoss, "The High Waterfall," is the fourth highest waterfall in Iceland.  The river Fossá falls 122 meters (400 feet) down a two million year old cliff. It sits in a magnificent but relatively narrow gorge that leads into the Icelandic highlands.  It is very near it's dear friend and companion for thousands of years, the waterfall Granni ("Neighbor").


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