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Difficult Hike
6 - 10 KM
Pref. Wind:
North-east, North, North-west

The hike starts in the village Søldarfjørður, by the sheep shed above the oil storage tanks. From here we follow the path to the first cairn, then upwards the slope Spreingibrekka to Ritafelli, over the pass to Miðafelli and then to the summit of Stórafjall. From Stórafjall north to Bispur and following the edge of Stórafjall back to Navarin. From Navarin descending by Urðarbrúgv and then Sandbrúgv to Kongseið. From here further down to Tarvastein and return to the sheep shed by way of the cairn.

You will be provided with a packed lunch at the outset, and soup on your return.

Your guide is Eiler Langgaard, phone +298 539291



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Runavík 3,2 m/s 1,5° North-east 8,5 m/s 12:38

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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 in the extreme sport started at a relatively 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 first couple in the Faroes, climbed all 340 Faroese mountains.
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