Photo Caption: A decent climb to the canyon. Unfortunately i ended being the only oerson there when i got to the canyon, ithe rocks in the stream were kind of too far apart for me to traverse safely on my iwn with camera gear. I only managed 1-2m inwards, befire deciding to olay it safe.
The story is that the peninsulas namesake Viking, Badur Snaefellsas pushed his nephew off the cliff of the canyon to revenge for his daughter having bbeen shoved onto an iceberg and pushed off to sea, who apparently survived the float to Greenland! Apparently his ghost still resides at the top of the canyon. Spooky.
After reading many violent tales of death and murder here, I’m thinking anger management might of helped. Haha…
Photo taken at: rauðfeldar canyon