Stakkurin Tjørnuvík

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Island: Streymoy Difficulty: Difficult Hike Length: 6 - 10 KM Pref. Wind: South-east, South
Stakkurin Tjørnuvík

Tjørnuvík Hiking

Hike Excursion to the Sea Stack of Tjørnuvík

Departure from the village of Tjørnuvík, situated at the northernmost point of the island of Streymoy.

The guide will lead you along the hiking path up to the valley of Torvadalur. There will be a short stop to give you the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful nature and the view of the highest mountain in the Faroe Islands, Slættaratindur. From here, you will continue up to Kambur and westward to Skoradalsheyggjur, where there is a view of the entire bay of Sjeyndir.

The hike continues from Skoradalsheyggjur down to the strait of Stakssund, from where you will reach the sea stack by cable.

Once on the sea stack, you will have the opportunity to go into the house to enjoy your packed lunch while you take in the magnificent view of the bay of Sjeyndir, the promontory of Mýlingur and the island of Kalsoy to the east.

After lunch, the hike continues into the valley of Skoradalur before you head back home.

Upon arrival back in the charming village of Tjørnuvík, you will have the opportunity to buy coffee and waffles

The Guide is Edvard Pauli Andreasen +298 236343


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Pól Sundskarð

Pól is born in 1957 and grew up in Klaksvík, Faroe Islands. As a youth Pól already showed his skills as a proven sportsman in many different categories. The interest for extreme sport started at a relative late level in his life. In 2015 Pól ran 526 km in 5 days, and the same year he and his wife Bjørg, as the fist couple in the Faroes, climbed all 340 faroese mountains.
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