This is a trip to seduce your senses!
From wild landscapes of glaciers, thermal springs, snow capped mountains to breathtaking coastal scenery and archaeological sites, our ‘Viking Tour’ visits three diverse landforms in the North Atlantic.
The biking is a mixture of off-road and on road ‘touring’. In Iceland we’ve four days of fantastic biking over rugged terrain before setting sail to the Faroes. Here no off-road biking is permitted but with jaw dropping coastal scenery accessed by quiet back roads who cares? Then its off to the Shetland Isle’s, another area of outstanding beauty with spectacular beaches, rolling heather hills and 5000 years of history all accessible on quiet roads and dirt tracks. With the summer sun illuminating the land and seascapes we can stay active longer so there’s plenty of time to explore and take in all the sights. This trip is dedicated to those who relish remote wide-open spaces, diverse scenery and abundant wildlife…and all to be experienced from the saddle!

Day 1
Fly to Reykjavik. Afternoon bike ride.

Day 2
Bike to Burfell volcano, hike to its summit,
then bike on to Nesjavellir.

Day 3
Lakeside biking at Thingvallavatn national
park and its geological wonders!
Bike over Lyngdalsheidi Mountain to Geyser and the Gullfoss waterfall.

Day 4
Biking on the ‘desert’ landscape of Myrdalssandur Visit Skaftafell and the
Svartifoss waterfall.

Day 5
A choice of ride on the mountain road of
Oxi or the slopes of Skriddalur.

Day 6
Transfer to Seydisfjordur and ferry to the
Faroe Islands

Day 7
Arrive Torshavn, afternoon bike ride to

Day 8
Bike to the island of Sandoy, spectacular

Day 9
Head northwest to the village of Leynar
Night ferry to the Shetland Isle’s.

Lerwick to Sumburgh. Chance to see
whales from the most southern tip of Shetland.

Day 11
A bike ride connecting the small isles of
Trondra and Burra with their fjord -like
views, and great beaches.

Day 12
The route to Brea and the Hams of Roe-a bit of off road biking here!

Day 13
A day to remember as we visit Yell and Unst At Norwick its journeys end as far as the UK goes-the most northerly point you can cycle to!

Day 14
Bike back to Lerwick and either return by ferry or fly back to the mainland. Option to stay an extra night if requested in Lerwick.