Explore the most popular trails in Thingvellir National Park with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

The first National Park in Iceland, Þingvellir National Park is also the only Park in the country to also be a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The park features amazing geology, rich historical sites, and is only 45 min away from Reykjavik.

Easy, but fun. Great falls.

This waterfall is located within Pingvellir National Park. In my opinion, the waterfall is not the highlight of the things to see. The history is interesting and i've never seen a fissure before. You can walk to the several attractions in about 2-3 hours.

A bit of a crowd but still a beautiful and worthwhile walk

Great easy hike while you’re recovering from jet lag or if you only have a day or two in Iceland. Stunning views and a fun way to learn about some local history.

There weren’t as many tourists as I anticipated. Beautiful waterfall and the whole surrounding area too.

Beautiful area with fascinating history, but not very peaceful due to the crowds. As with most Iceland points of interest, recommend going early to beat the tourist crowds.

easy walk with more to see than the waterfall

7 months ago

Easy walk down through a fissure to beautiful canyon (lots of tourists)!

This waterfall is great! Looks like something from another planet.

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Great scenery and some interesting Icelandic history to learn about along the way, but very crowded and the waterfall is underwhelming compared to others in Iceland.

Sunday, October 22, 2017

well paved trail and beautiful scenery nice easy hike

Sunday, October 08, 2017

It was a decent view, pretty crowded but that's to be expected. Definitely a good spot to bring the family if you want to go for a little hike but not spend too much energy on it.

Its difficult to not give this 5 stars yet when I compare this to some of the other breath taking falls here in Iceland I must say that this one is not as spectacular as Skogafoss. The trail is easy but not strollerable, have alot of storge space available on your camera or phone because I took probably 50 pics here. Well around the whole Thingvellir National park area anyways.

Quick little walk to the awesome waterfall. Worth stopping and checking it out.

Saturday, April 22, 2017

Easy but pretty hike. A bit of a different experience from my usual New England hikes.

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