The Dynjandisfoss is the
greatest waterfall of the Northwest Peninsula, also
called Fjallfoss. The river Dynjandi is
the discharge of several lakes in the mountains. The total height of
this waterfall and others below is about 100 m.
Where the water flows over the edge, it is about
30 m wide, but at the bottom about 60 m. The farm Dynjandi stood near
the estuary, near the present parking area (toilets).