Gošafoss Waterfall
(What To See - North East)

Gošafoss Waterfall<br/>(What To See - North East)


Gošafoss Waterfall is an impressive waterfall by the main highway where an historical event took place in the year 1,000 when Icelanders converted to Christianity. The story goes that a so-called law speaker named Žorkell disposed of the pagan gods by throwing them into the waterfall—thus the name, Gošafoss, which means the "waterfall of the gods".