During a two week road-trip through Iceland together with a friend of mine, I took the chance to visit the some confluence points.
We came from Egilsstaðir by taking the road Upphéraðsvegur along the west side of the Lagarfljót. It is the third biggest lake in Iceland. Only 10 km in front of the confluence 65N-15W is the waterfall Hengifoss located. After the visit of this very impressive waterfall we reached the closer surrounding of the confluence, which is located on a mountainside behind a farm, south of the road Múlavegur i Fljótsdal. To avoid parking on private farmland we parked the car down in the dry part of the riverbed of the Jökulsá i Fljótsdal. There I started the about 1200 meter long way on foot. Down at the farm I spoke to a man and asked him for permission passing his land. He was working on a brand new traditional house. These houses are partly made of earth, which is fixed by growing grass or nowadays called rolled sod. He gave me permission to pass. On a dirt way I crossed two high voltage power lines and saw some sheep. Now, about 700 m in front of the confluence point, the more steep part of the trip begun. After a difference of height of about 150 m and passing some boulder fields, I reached the exact location of the confluence point 65N-15W. Soon I could take the needed images. In the picture to the west you can see the power plant "Fljótsdalur Hydropower Station". In the last picture the sheep mentioned, the farm and also the car parked in the riverbed are to see.
This was my seventh visit of a confluence point during a trip through Iceland. Because of the partly loose terrain, it was a quite strenuous visit, but fortunately it took place in perfect weather conditions.