Látrabjarg, a 14 km long cliff, one of the biggest birdcliffs in Iceland, where eggs have been gathered by absailing. Shipwrecks have occurred there. The highest point (441 m) is at Heiðnakast east of the canyon Saxagjá. It is climbable. In June 2010 a German tourist who was taken pictures from the edge of the cliff fell to his death..