Glymur is Iceland's tallest waterfall, about 196 meters high, and can be reached in less than an hour by car from the capital Reykjavik. It takes about an hour to climb to the top of the waterfall. It's a good idea to have a picnic here.
The trees inside are old trees with pleasant scenery and no tickets. There are many colorful woods for local people and foreigners. It's definitely worth your visit.
It's very spectacular to see the waterfall nearby, but the guide doesn't recommend that we climb it directly. It's dangerous unless it's a professional.
The waterfall is very high, with a drop of 200 meters. You can enjoy the view above and below. Many visitors here are adventure enthusiasts.
Waterfalls are spectacular, not beautiful, with extreme outdoor sports such as rock climbing.