The abandoned Arngerðareyri estate from 1800 in Ísafjörður
This fjord is the innermost and easternmost in Ísafjarðardjúp . It extends 25 km into the country and is about 3 km wide. In front of the fjord is the island of Borgarey . The paved Djúpvegur (road 61) runs around the entire fjord for a distance of about 37 km. On the east bank, the highland road branches off over the Kollafjarðarheiði . It leads south into the Kollafjörður . The path around the neighboring western fjord Mjóifjörður was shortened in 2009 by a bridge. Before that, the Mjóafjarðarvegur (road 633) led from the interior of the fjord over a pass at Eyrarfjall. This street is no longer maintained.
- Brúaskrá - bryr á þjóðvegum. Retrieved April 4, 2019 (Icelandic).