Photograph by AndrÃ©s Nieto Porras
Believed to have formed at the end of the last Ice Age about 9,000 years ago, the magnificent FjaÃ°rÃ¡rgljÃºfur Canyon is 100 meters deep (328 ft) and approximately 2 km (1.24 m) long.
Located in southern Iceland, the river FjaÃ°rÃ¡ runs through it and has its source in the mountain Geirlandshraun and falls off the heath edge until it makes it down into SkaftÃ¡ river. [source]
According to the Official South Iceland tourism site, “FjaÃ°rÃ¡ is often rather low in water and therefore hikers can safely choose to walk inside the canyon. However, wading is necessary fairly often.” [source]
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