Iz Fuglafjrdur Hellurnar

The trip begins at the information office in the middle of the town. Walk up the road west of the football pitch. The first stretch of the path is through meadow. Above the lowest cairn is a ridge called Rossaryggur1 (The horse back). Traces of the path are seen winding up it. FuglafjorSur is behind you and to the west, you can see Blabj0rg, 0klaskar8, Gjogvarafjall and NiBan a Hus, where people from FuglafjorSur hid from pirates in the old days. Then comes Non (where the sun hits at nonbil -...

Midvagur Bsdalafossur

Bus route 300 runs through MiSvagur from Bour and from Torshavn. Get off the bus at the police station' in MiSvagur and walk southwards the first stretch through the village until you come to the outfield gate. Walking through the village, you will see in an easterly direction Tr0llkonufingur (the troll woman's finger). It is a high projecting rock on Sandavagur's side. You now come to the outfield gate where the path starts.2 You walk along a lot of peat bogs and remains of peat stores. There...

Lamba RituviK

Selatra Vanuatu

Bus route 440 runs from Toftir and passes Lambareidi where the tour begins. If you take bus 400 from Torshavn or FuglafjorSur, you can change to bus 440 at SoldarfjorSur, which drives to LambareiSi. From here, you have two possibilities. The first possibility is to walk 700 m towards the village of Lamba, where the old village path begins.' You first go through a white gate and begin to walk up along the stream. It is a little steep to get up. The other possibility is to go along the asphalt...

Information of Faroese folk tales

Many walks refer to tales and stories connected to the mountain paths. The local guides can tell these stories and information in English and Danish is also available at the local libraries. The local tourist information offices around the islands also offer information on other organised walks. Slffittalfa 4, F0-100 Torshavn Tel 298 320404 trekking trekking.fo www.trekking.fo undir Bryggjubakka 3, F0-100 Torshavn Tel 298 350520, Fax 298 350521 info greengate.fo, www.greengate.fo J. Broncks...

Length Height

Somewhat difficult to come up from Kambsdalur. The path then runs level until you Average. Somewhat difficult to come up from Kambsdalur. The path then runs level until you Bus route 400 runs between Torshavn and Fugla-fjorSur to Kambsdalur where the tour begins. Walk some 300 m from the bus stop to the scout's hall, Kambur.1 The path begins by the river. First, you walk by the old peat strip in the outfield and by places where peat was stacked by the people of FuglafjorSur. On...

Iz Welcome

With this walking guide, the Faroe Islands Tourist Board welcomes you to go for walks in our beautiful nature. There is nothing like a walking trip in the natural environment, where you can enjoy the tranquillity and breathe the fresh air. The Faroes is an exceptional place to travel in because there is no need to go far to experience outstanding and unspoilt nature. In addition, many interesting places connected to history and tradition can be seen on the routes. In the Faroe Islands, land is...

Klaksvk Halsur Klakkur

Klakkur Mountain

You walk from the ferry landing through the town and then along a partly asphalted gravel road, starbreytin1 the Love path , which runs right up to H lsur. People with cars may park their cars there. Even though the path up to Klakkur is not well marked, it is very easy to find. Standing at the outfield gate, you head for the highest point north of you. There is also a cairn that you see straight away and can use as a landmark. You start walking through old peat fields. It is grassy all the way...

Kollfjardadalur Leynar

This walking trip starts at the BunaSardepilin' the farming centre in KollfjarSadalur. Bus route 300 runs from Vagar and route 100 from Vest-manna or Torshavn. The busses from Vagar and Vestmanna stop at the Statoil station in Koll-fjarSadalur, where you have to change busses. You can also take bus route 400 from FuglafjorS-ur, Leirvik or Torshavn. The bus stop2 is at the mouth of the tunnel above Oyrareingir. From there, you walk along the main road to the Bun-aSardepilin, about 1 km, until...