Jökulsárgljúfur National Park in northern Iceland houses some of the most interesting natural features of the Icelandic landscape, including Asbyrgie Canyon, Holmatungur, the Dettifoss waterfall, and the red mountain Rauðholar. There are a number of volcanic mountains and stunning canyons packed with lava formations and jagged rubble left from eruptions thousands of years ago. In summer, visitors are invited to explore hiking trails and camp in designated sites for a nominal fee.
Like all of Iceland’s national parks, Jökulsárgljúfur is staffed with a number of park rangers who handle everything from organized hikes and children’s programmes to passing out informative literature to tourists. There are a number of plants growing on the rocky cliffs throughout the park, and the largest river canyon in the country, Jökulsárgljúfur, is definitely worth a peek. Jökulsárgljúfur National Park also provides a stunning backdrop for scores of different birds and other indigenous species of wildlife.
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