Brúarfoss Waterfall is a glacial-fed stunning waterfall in the west of Iceland. It is well known for its striking bright blue colour. Brúarfoss means “bridge waterfall” named for a stone arch way that crossed the river. The arch fell down hundreds of years ago. But the name remains the same. The waterfall is fed by the Brúará River, which is created by glacier melt from Langjökoll glacier. This glacial water is what gives Brúarfoss to its brilliant blue colour.