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Excursions - Guided hiking trip Viðareiði-Villingardalsfjall

Guided hiking trip Viðareiði-Villingardalsfjall

Astonishing mountain scenery in the north and one of the Faroe Islands´ most beautiful villages from above.

We will drive through half of Streymoy, Eysturoy and through the northern islands to the second northern most village in the Faroe, Viðareiði, which has a lot of stories to tell. From there we hike up to the top of the fourth highest mountain of the Faroe Islands, 841 m. All the way up you will enjoy a fantastic view over all the northern islands, Fugloy, Svínoy, Borðoy, Kunoy and Kallsoy. From the top of Villingardalsfjall you also have a view over the beautiful Villingardalur on the north side.

 

*More than 1 person: EUR 202 / DKK 1.495. 1 person only: EUR 311 / DKK 2.300. 

 

Disclaimer

Your safety is our highest priority. We draw your attention to the risks associated with the unique characteristics of the Faroese environment. Consequently, should you venture into the Faroese environment, either alone, following inspiration from our website, or together with one of our tour guides, you do so entirely at your own risk. We accept no liability for any injury or loss that may occur as a result.

 

Included the excursion

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Duration
7 hours, the hike is 3-4 hours.
Included
Guide, lunch box, transport from and back to Tórshavn.
Available in the period
18.5, 24.5, 1.6, 7.6, 22.6, 8.7, 14.7, 20.7, 26.7, 4.9, and 11.9.2018
Pick Up
At the bus station in the harbor of Tórshavn.
Level of difficulty
Fairly difficult, and in the last part of the route there are many rocks and cliffs.
Conditions
First grass path. Then path with mainly stones and rocks.
Price per person
EUR 202 / DKK 1.495*
languages
Scandinavian languages, French, English, German and Spanish.

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About our guide Randi Meitel

Randi MeitelRandi Meitil has been organizing and guiding trekking tours and other voyages in the Faroe Islands for almost 20 years. She is born and lives in the capital of the islands, Tórshavn. 

 

She is a passionate mediator of Faroese nature, culture and history and knows all the legends connected to the landscape of her beloved islands. Her aim is to give people an experience that is as authentic and original as possible. Beside the scandinavian languages she is guiding in French, English, German and Spanish.