The beautiful and picturesque village of Gjógv

Guided tour from Tórshavn with hiking from the beautiful and picturesque village of Gjógv and with lunch box included.

We will walk along the big gorge which gives the name to the village. Not so long ago it was used as a natural harbour for the fishermen from the village.

From there we will hike to the valley of Ambadal and from the bottom of the valley we have a great view over the cliff Búgvin. On the way we will pass the health source, that runs out of the hill and it will bring you good health if you drink of it.

In addition to these prices, a hiking fee of DKK 100 per person, will be added to the price.


PeriodOn request
TimeStarts at 09:00
Duration6 hours, the hike is 4 hours
IncludedGuide, lunch box, transport from and back to Tórshavn
Pick upTórshavn Bus Terminal, Eystara Bryggja
Level of difficultyMiddel. Suitable for children
ConditionsGrass path
What to wearHiking shoes with rough bottom, clothes suitable for all weather and windproof/waterproof jacket
LanguagesScandinavian languages, French, English, German and Spanish
Prices DKK 3.490 (for 1-4 persons) / DKK 1.250 per extra person
Order on +298 34 59 00 or send an email to

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About our guide Randi Meitel

Randi 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.

About our guide Randi Meitel