|Coordinates||64 ° 23 '28 " N , 21 ° 15' 1.8" W|
|place||Mosfellsbær , Höfuðborgarsvæðið , Iceland|
|flow||Botnsá → Hvalfjörður|
Glymur waterfall [ 'klɪːmʏr̥ ] is a 196 meter high waterfall in Iceland, in the municipality of Hvalfjarðarsveit .
Until 2011 it was considered the highest waterfall in Iceland .
The Glymur is located off the main traffic routes on Hvalfjörður , west of Lake Hvalvatn , from which the Botnsá River flows through the Botnsdalur north of Hvalfjall in the direction of Hvalfjörður . The waterfall can be reached after a 3 km hike from a parking lot inside the fjord. Due to the narrow gorge, however, you cannot overlook the entire height.
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- General information (English)
- ^ Glymur, Iceland. Retrieved October 28, 2017 .