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    Looking for the best photography in Faroe Islands? We've got you covered with the top trails, trips, hiking, backpacking, camping and more around Faroe Islands. The detailed guides, photos, and reviews are all submitted by the Outbound community.

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    • Lake Leitisvatn Trailhead, Faroe Islands

      Hike along Lake Leitisvatn

      3.1 mi
      Leitisvatn is the largest lake in the Faroe Islands, and is famous for having the appearance that it's hanging over the ocean. It is a simple hike that should take no more than an hour to get from the trailhead to the iconic view from up on the far cliff. The trailhead starts near the town of Mid...
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    • Viðareiði, Faroe Islands

      Hike up Villingardalsfjall

      3.7 mi / 2759.2 ft gain
      Located at the most northern part of the Faroe Islands, the mountain Villingardalsfjall is a gorgeous coastal cliff that will offer views of all the surrounding north islands. The trail begins at the top of road Vid Gard, in the northern part of the town Vidareidi. The trail starts along side a 4...
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    • Vatnavegur, Faroe Islands

      Hike to the Trøllkonufingur in the Faroe Islands

      6.2 mi / 465.9 ft gain
      When you drive from Torshavn, follow the signs to the airport. On the island of Vagar, just after the village of Miðvágur the road bends to the right, with the lake on your right-hand side. On this bend there's a small exit where you can park the car to start your hike.  Once you've parked, walk ...
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    • Mýlingur, Faroe Islands

      Hike to Mýlingur

      7.5 mi / 2500 ft gain
      Mylingur, a mountain located on the northern tip of Streymoy within the Faroe Islands, is a hard place to reach and a tricky trail to find, but within a land of so many epic locations, this could go down as one of the best in the Faroe Islands.  There are technically two starting points to get t...
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    • Saksun, Faroe Islands

      Saksun, Faroe Islands

      Complete with a picturesque church and dating back to the 1700's with just 14 inhabitants this tranquil village on the island of Streymoy is a must see for any visit to the Faroe Islands. Accessed via the mainly single-lane Hvalvíksvegur, you'll climb through a gorgeous green valley (in summer) ...
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    • 62.299848,-6.966652, Faroe Islands

      Hike to Hvíthamar Mountain

      0.9 mi / 600 ft gain
      The toughest part of this hike is finding the start of it. The start of the hike isn’t marked and there are a small handful (2 or 3) of places to park when you do find it. I’ve placed a map in the photos section to outline the parking spot and the easterly direction of the hike you’ll take up to ...
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    • Mikladalur, Faroe Islands

      Visit the Kopakonan (the Seal Woman) Statue

      The Seal woman statue in the village of Mikladalur is the perfect stop after your hike to Kalsoy Lighthouse. The likely reason you would take the ferry and trek all the way to Kalsoy would be to hike and revel in the amazement of the lighthouse. However, don’t overlook the seal woman statue. A me...
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    • 21 Eiðisvegur, Faroe Islands

      Explore Vágseiði, South Island of Faroe Islands

      0.6 mi
      Every corner of Faroe Islands will continue to surprise you in the most delightful way. Making the journy to Suðuroy, South Island, is no exception. Vágseiði is an area in Vágur, Faroe Islands, located on the west coast of Suðuroy west of the village Vágur, from it takes its name. Distance betwee...
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