Enjoy hiking along the old village path from the charming village of Elduvík to Oyndarfjørður
A nice and beautiful hike on the village path between Funningur and Eiði that runs below the highest peaks in the Faroe Islands
A beautiful and peaceful hike, which takes about three and a half hours to walk without breaks
An easy hike across the plains, highlights being the rivers, as well as the great views of the valley Saksunardalur and the strait between Streymoy and Eysturoy
An exciting hike up the steep hillside between Norðradalur and Syðradalur, where you can take a break in Dalagjógv, a lovely gorge
An easy and beautiful hike along the western arm of the fjord Skálafjørðurin
A very challenging but beautiful hike where you will see the risks people took in the past in order to live in these remote areas. This hike is only suitable to take in dry weather and if you are not afraid of heights
A nice hike up to the great plain above Skálafjørður, known for its bedrock, ponds, bogs and some of the largest cairns in the Faroe Islands
On this wonderful route you see breathtaking mountains and lakes while also getting an insight into the Faroese electric power Development
After a steep and challenging walk in the beginning of the path, the rest of the journey is an easier short ascent to “Hovstúgvu” (Túgvan í Halgafelli). Finally, there is a long and enjoyable downhill walk to Øravík, which offers a good view of Trongisvágsfjørð.
A route through Tingstovuna, which is located above Øravík, leads to the spectacular view from Mannaskarði. From there, you can enjoy a walk across Hovsdal, to historical Vatnaryggi. Then travel across Vágsskarð, descending the breathtaking but steep slope of Hvannadalsbrekku, to a picturesque plantation where it is nice to pause and enjoy a warm drink.
This awestriking and diverse route which includes a walk along the coast to the ruined Skarð, a village that faced a heavy fate, and a hike through the largest Faroese gorge, Skarðsgjógv, to Kunoy.
Start in the magical village of Múli, north of Múlan, and hike between mighty mountains and across steep and beautiful paths to the ruined village of Skálatoftir. This trip is not recommended for those who have a fear of heights and must be done during periods of dry weather in the summer.
An easy hike, where you will get the chance to appreciate heather and the lovely views of Toftavatn, north through Skálafjørð and south through Nólsoyarfjørð.
A diverse round trip, which includes the view from Sundshálsur to the pond in Reiðskarð. During this hike, you walk along the tractor path to Syðradal, along Tungulið to Norðradal; you then continue along Dalagjógv to Sunnarskarð and then back to Sundshálsur.
A peaceful trip across five valleys with a beautiful view of mighty mountains and rock ledges.