In the flow of the Fossá River, which forms a large canyon in southwestern Iceland, there is the Háifoss Waterfall, which flows straight down from the highlands to the bottom of the valley. It is one of the tallest waterfalls in Iceland, with a drop of 122 meters, and together with the Grannifoss waterfall, which means "neighbor," it forms a magnificent view of the valley.
Highlands of Iceland
The land extending inland from Iceland at an altitude of over 400-500 meters above sea level is called the Highlands, and contains desolate rocky deserts where no grass or trees grow, as well as most of the glaciers that cover one-tenth of the country. The harsh, uninhabitable land is a treasure trove of spectacular scenery, including lakes and great valleys. The driving routes and hiking trails that open in the summer are popular with tourists.