Sørvágsfjørður - hiking along the northern shore

Kortal.fo

Bøur

Jógvan Mørkøre

Drangarnir and Tindhólmur

Christopher Collin

Gásadalur

Daniele Casanova

Bøur – Gásadalur

 

Duration:  5½ hours, hike 3 hours

Included: guide, lunch box, transport from and back to Tórshavn

Available in period: all year around

Pick up: at the bus terminal at the harbour of Tórshavn

Price: 750 DKK 

 

 

A hike with a great view over the high islet Tindhólmur, the village of Gásadalur and the beautiful and famous waterfall Múlafossur

 

The view of Gásadalur is one of the most photographed places in the Faroe Islands, and once you see it you will understand why. Gásadalur is home to the beautiful waterfall Múlafossur.

Gásadalur is located on the edge of the fjord of Mykines, surrounded by the highest mountains on Vágar. Árnafjall towers to a height of 722 meters to the north, and Eysturtindur to the east is 715 metres high. The village has been one of the most isolated villages in the Faroe Islands until a tunnel in 2004 connected the village with the rest of the island's road network.

This hike trip begins in the valley about three kilometres west of the village of Bøur.

The first stretch of the path is steep and runs close to the edge of the mountain, but depending on the weather you get an outstanding view over Sørvágsfjørður, Tindhólmur, Gáshólmur and Mykines.

 

 

 

 

 

Date

Duration

Price pr. person

June 9th 2018

5½ hours

750 DKK

June 21th 2018

July 10th 2018

July 16th 2018

July 22th 2018

August 23th 2018

Sept. 5th 2018

Sept.13th 2018

5½ hours

5½ hours

5½ hours

5½ hours

5½ hours

5½ hours

5½ hours

750 DKK

750 DKK

750 DKK

750 DKK

750 DKK

750 DKK

750 DKK

 

 

Minimum persons 4. The tour will be cancelled, if the number of participants is less than 4. 

 

It is also possible to buy special tours for groups of 10 persons or more. The price reduction is 10 per cent. Contact Faroe Trekking for available dates.

 

 

Facts:

 

Length of the hike: 3½ km

Difficulty: Moderate to difficult. It is steep and difficult to climb Gásadalsbrekkan, and the descend to Gásadalur is also steep.

Maximum height:  434 m

Children: Not suitable for children under eight to ten years, as the route is steep with many loose stones

 

Surface: Grass path. Down towards Gásadalur, path with stones and rocks

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