Film clips to showcase the versatile nature of Vagar
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TKF (trøllkonufingur) is a 313m cliff on the island of Vágur. We have yet to reach the tip (2010). By now we investigatet the cliff by taking pictures. We will attempt to reach the pinnacle between 20-27 of july 2011.
Trøllkonufingur 2015 - Faroe Islands
Photography & Video:
Patrick Di Fruscia
Miðvágur is the largest village on the island of Vagar.
The video is taken by drone on a snowy day in February 2016.
Climbing up to the top af 'Trøllkonufingur' on the 6'th and 7'th of June 2015.
The climbers are Pætur, John, Jóhannus and Bergur.
They climbed the 313 meters ( 1026 feet ) to the top.
The Faroe Islands Total Solar Eclipse 2015
This is a video of the Faroe islands total solar eclipse 2015
Sandavágur shot from a drone.
From Miðvágur to Sørvágsvatn lake and promontory of Traelanipa
Lake Sorvagsvatn located on the island of Vagar is the largest lake in the Faroe Islands.
vatnsoyrar shot from a drone
Sørvágsvatn Lake and Bøsdalafossur Waterfall in the Faroe Islands - Aerial Tour
Sørvágsvatn is the largest lake in the Faroe Islands. It was used during World War II by the British army as a runway to land seaplanes.
Marit Holm Petersen has made a dream come true - she opened a hotel in Miðvág and keeps it in the original 50's style.
Very high waves - Leitisvatn
Very high waves at the waterfall Bosdalarfossur at the end of the lake Leitisvatn. The lake is at 40m and the wave is about 200m up in the air
Boat trip under 'Trælanípu' 2016.
Exploring the caves under the cliffs.