Bjarnarfoss is Icelandic for Bear Falls (or Bear Waterfall), which is odd because there are no bears on Iceland. Apparently, though, polar bears have historically ended up on or near the island, having drifted over on icebergs originating in Greenland. A 260 foot tall, 2 section waterfall, Bjarnarfoss can be seen from Highway 54, on the south side of the Snaefellsnes peninsula. The fog caused by the waterfall sometimes causes a rainbow to be visible near the lower portion of the falls – in fact, if you look closely, one is ever-so-slightly visible in front of the lower drop.
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