Dyrholaey has a span of approximately 165 feet. It is located near the small town of Vik, which is on the southern tip of Iceland about 165 kilometers southeast from the capital city of Reykjavik. The drive from Reykjavik takes you through delightful Icelandic towns, alongside towering cliffs green with moss and vegetation, past small groups of Icelandic ponies and more waterfalls than you can imagine (around every bend in the road). Photo by Ray Millar.

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