Located in a remote region in the North Atlantic, the Faroe Islands see few visitors, yet are strikingly beautiful and extremely accommodating to those who make the effort to get there. In this video, we travel to that distant land, found north of Scotland, where we meet Rannvá Joensen, who happens to be one of the first hiking guides on the island. Rannvá loves her work of course, but it isn’t always easy simply because there isn’t a hiking trail to be found anywhere. That doesn’t mean that the hiking isn’t exceptional however, because as you’ll see the Faroe Islands have plenty to offer those looking to stretch their legs in a wilderness environment.
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