Rauðfeldsgjá (Canyon), Snaefellsnes Peninsula
Bárður Snæfellsás,who was said to be half-man and half-troll, lived with his voluptuous and handsome daughters near Laugabrekka in Hallnar at the end of the 9th century. His brother, Þorkell, lived in Arnastapi with his two sons, Rauðfeldur pushed Báður’s eldest daughter, Helga, onto an iceberg and it is said that she drifted all the way to Greenland. Helga was unharmed but Bárður was so angry that he killed the brothers. He pushed Rauðfeldur into a canyon, which is now called “Rauðfeldar Canyon”, and he pushed Sölvi off the nearby Sölvahamar Cliff. After this incident, Barður was said to have gone into the glacier and was never seen again.