Drangarnir the sea stacks
One of the most unique sights in the Faroe Islands are “Drangarnir”. Drangarnir are two sea stacks between Vágar and the islet Tindhólmur. The distinct names of Drangarnir are Stóri Drangur and Lítli Drangur which can be translated into Large- and Small sea stack.
It is now possible for you to see these with your own eyes – on this tour with a local guide. The tour starts at the Effo petrol station by the harbour in the village of Sørvágur, and the guide will take you though his land to the viewpoint of Drangarnir. This is a medium hard hike.
According to Faroese legislation walking on the in- and outfields require the landowners’ permission. You are only allowed to walk in this area with a guide. Hiking here without a guide can be fined.
A care for the nature and the sheep and wildlife that lives on the uncultivated area is essential. These areas are first and foremost the feeding and breeding fields for sheep, other animals and wildlife in general. It is therefore very important that traveling on this area is on the paths and organized to minimize the disturbing of sheep, wildlife and nature as much as possible.
The tour starts at the Effo petrol station on the harbor in Sørvágur, and the duration is approximately 5 hours
You can also visit Drangarnir by boat, please read more here
For more information, availability, prices and booking please visit: hiking.fo
For a combined boat tour and hike to Drangarnir, visit Guide to Faroe Islands.
For further requests or questions about hiking to Drangarnir, please contact Beinir (+298 250 329) or Gutti (+298 223 072).