Nauthúsafoss (Bull House Falls) is a waterfall in the Nauthusaá (Bull House River), a rather small spring-fed river which cascades about 20 metres down into a picturesque gorge with overhanging trees. The waterfall is located in Nauthúsagil Canyon not far from the famous Seljalandsfoss in South Iceland. 


The drive from Reykjavík to the waterfall is about 1hour and 50 minutes (131 km). Take Ring Road nr. 1 towards the town Hvolsvöllur after the town drive for about 15 minutes and then turn left on road nr. 249. Drive pass Seljalandsfoss waterfall and Gljúfrabúi waterfall to the end of the road and hike from there.