Hiking in the Faroe Islands

One of the many special features of the Faroe Islands is that you don’t have to go far to experience magnificent and untouched nature.

The island Eysturoy is well-suited for the visitor looking for a hike in some of the steepest and highest areas in the Faroes or families looking for a less challenging hike.
Located up north on the island is Slættaratindur, which is the highest mountain in the Faroes, while some areas in the southern region are more flat like the area around the lake Toftavatn.

For tips and inspiration you can either read the hiking guide online or download it.
Try also the online guide to the mountains and cairn tracks in Eysturoy: hiking.fo

Read also the guide to safe hiking.

Brigðufelli

Brigðufelli

Hike from Skála to Brigðufelli. Get more information here ...
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Sandfelli

Sandfelli

Hike from Oyndafjørður to the top of Sandfelli. Get ...
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Dalskinsfjall

Dalskinsfjall

Hike from Funningsfirði to the top of Dalskinsfjall. Get ...
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Slættaratindur

Slættaratindur

Hike from Funningi to the top of Slættaratindur. Get ...
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Funningur - Gjógv

Funningur – Gjógv

Hike from Funningi to Gjógv. Get more information here ...
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Skálafjørður to Selatrað

Skálafjørður to Selatrað

A HIKE ACROSS EYSTUROY WITH MAGNIFICENT ROCK FORMATIONS AND ...
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Skála - Selatrað

Skála – Selatrað

When you hike from Skála to Selatrað you have ...
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Oyndarfjørður - Elduvík

Oyndarfjørður – Elduvík

Enjoy hiking along the old village path from Oyndarfjørður ...
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