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Morsárfoss and Morsárjökull seen from Kristínartindar, Iceland
LocationSoutheast Iceland
Coordinates64°06′44″N 16°53′05″W / 64.11222°N 16.88472°W / 64.11222; -16.88472Coordinates: 64°06′44″N 16°53′05″W / 64.11222°N 16.88472°W / 64.11222; -16.88472
Total height240 m
Number of drops1

Morsárfoss is a waterfall in Iceland.[1] Measurements showed that one of them was at least 240 meters in total height, making it the highest waterfall in Iceland.[2] Morsárfoss became visible in 2007 when Morsárjökull, an outlet glacier of Vatnajökull glacier, started melting.[3]


  1. ^ "Iceland's Tallest Waterfall to be Named". Iceland Review. Retrieved 7 August 2016.
  2. ^ "Fossinn í Morsárjökli er vart undir 240 metra hár". Retrieved 17 December 2017.
  3. ^ "Flyst hæsti foss landsins búferlum?". Retrieved 17 December 2017.