When driving along the Ring Road in Iceland, it's astounding how many of the country's beautiful waterfalls you can see right from the road. One of my favourites is undoubtedly Seljalandsfoss

With it's stunning appearance and ease of access, it’s not surprising that tour buses stop at this spot all day long to catch the awesome view. Reaching nearly 60 meters, this waterfall’s claim to fame is that it can be viewed from nearly every angle. The well-developed loop trail allows you to go behind the falls for a particularly epic view. Depending on the time of year, the falls will be surrounded by snow and icicles or you may find the cliffs lined with lush green grass and wildflowers.
This is an adventure that can be as short or as long as you’d like. We took the time to explore around the entire waterfall and made the most of our visit. As you follow the path along the side of the waterfall, you’ll definitely get an icy shower so be sure to bring a waterproof jacket and protection for your camera gear. Exercise extreme caution when making your way to the rear of the waterfall because snow and ice was abundant on the path. Microspikes were very helpful for keeping traction in some of the more treacherous areas. 
Walking behind Seljalandsfoss was such a unique experience. You really get a great sense of the power of the falls and can truly appreciate the scale of the 60 meter plummet in a way that you can't from the viewing area in front of the falls. 

Standing behind that enormous curtain of water and peering out at the world was an experience I'd recommend to anyone.

- Tiffany Nguyen

Tiffany is a 27 year old dentist from Redondo Beach, California that always says yes to adventure. She loves the outdoors and hopes to inspire others to get outside by capturing her favorite moments whilst exploring. Whether she's by the beach or in the mountains, she's always looking for a new adventure! 
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