Located halfway between Iceland and Norway in the North Atlantic, sits The Faroe Islands. With a population of around 50,000, The Faroe terrain is rugged with a sub polar oceanic climate. Typically windy, wet, cloudy and cool, my travels had plenty of sunshine while hiking the islands. Filled with crisp blues, rich greens and endless Fjords at every turn. We hiked to the highest peaks, took ferries to seabird filled islands and took in as much fresh Atlantic air as possible.