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June 2018

Viking Hiking half day 28/6 morning

June 28 @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Kirkwall Travel Centre, West Caste Street
Kirkwall, Scotland, Orkney KW15 1GU United Kingdom
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£20 - £30 30 tickets left
Ragnhild Ljosland Orkney Viking Hiking guide

Try the Viking life! Viking Hiking with cooking over open fire, hands-on Viking crafts and skills, storytelling, song and dance.

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Viking Hiking 28/6 half day: afternoon

June 28 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Kirkwall Travel Centre, West Caste Street
Kirkwall, Scotland, Orkney KW15 1GU United Kingdom
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£20 - £30 25 tickets left

Half day Viking Hiking: Starts from the centre of Orkney’s Viking capital Kirkwall. During the walk to Scapa beach, you will hear about why the Vikings chose to settle in Kirkwall and what they did there. Our walk traces the route that the Vikings took when using the natural harbours at either side of a narrow isthmus: The great Scapa Flow to the south and the sheltered Peedie Sea to the north. When arriving at Scapa we are met my our…

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July 2018

Viking Hiking full day 4/7

July 4 @ 9:30 am - 5:00 pm
Stromness harbour, Ferry Road
Stromness, Orkney KW16 3BH United Kingdom
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£40 - £60 25 tickets left

  Viking Hiking full day. The day starts by taking a small passenger ferry from Stromness across to the island of Hoy. From Moaness pier we walk though the roadless valley between the famous Hills of Hoy, said in local folklore to have been dropped there by a giant when the strap broke on his two straw baskets carrying soil for his garden. On the way, we have time to enjoy the fresh air and the stunning, unspoiled Orkney landscape…

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Viking Hiking full day 18/7

July 18 @ 9:30 am - 5:00 pm
Stromness harbour, Ferry Road
Stromness, Orkney KW16 3BH United Kingdom
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£40 - £60 25 tickets left

Viking Hiking full day. The day starts by taking a small passenger ferry from Stromness across to the island of Hoy. From Moaness pier we walk though the roadless valley between the famous Hills of Hoy, said in local folklore to have been dropped there by a giant when the strap broke on his two straw baskets carrying soil for his garden. On the way, we have time to enjoy the fresh air and the stunning, unspoiled Orkney landscape until…

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Viking Hiking half day 25/7: morning

July 25 @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Kirkwall Travel Centre, West Caste Street
Kirkwall, Scotland, Orkney KW15 1GU United Kingdom
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£20 - £30 25 tickets left
Viking Hiking in Orkney: Cooking over open fire. Viking Hiking tour. Outdoor activities Orkney.

Half day Viking Hiking: Starts from the centre of Orkney’s Viking capital Kirkwall. During the walk to Scapa beach, you will hear about why the Vikings chose to settle in Kirkwall and what they did there. Our walk traces the route that the Vikings took when using the natural harbours at either side of a narrow isthmus: The great Scapa Flow to the south and the sheltered Peedie Sea to the north. When arriving at Scapa we are met my our…

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Viking Hiking 25/7 half day: afternoon

July 25 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Kirkwall Travel Centre, West Caste Street
Kirkwall, Scotland, Orkney KW15 1GU United Kingdom
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£20 - £30 25 tickets left

Half day Viking Hiking: Starts from the centre of Orkney’s Viking capital Kirkwall. During the walk to Scapa beach, you will hear about why the Vikings chose to settle in Kirkwall and what they did there. Our walk traces the route that the Vikings took when using the natural harbours at either side of a narrow isthmus: The great Scapa Flow to the south and the sheltered Peedie Sea to the north. When arriving at Scapa we are met my our…

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August 2018

Viking Hiking full day 3/8

August 3 @ 9:30 am - 5:00 pm
Stromness harbour, Ferry Road
Stromness, Orkney KW16 3BH United Kingdom
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£40 - £60 25 tickets left

Viking Hiking full day. The day starts by taking a small passenger ferry from Stromness across to the island of Hoy. From Moaness pier we walk though the roadless valley between the famous Hills of Hoy, said in local folklore to have been dropped there by a giant when the strap broke on his two straw baskets carrying soil for his garden. On the way, we have time to enjoy the fresh air and the stunning, unspoiled Orkney landscape until…

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Viking hiking half day 9/8: morning

August 9 @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Kirkwall Travel Centre, West Caste Street
Kirkwall, Scotland, Orkney KW15 1GU United Kingdom
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£20 - £30 25 tickets left

Half day Viking Hiking: Starts from the centre of Orkney’s Viking capital Kirkwall. During the walk to Scapa beach, you will hear about why the Vikings chose to settle in Kirkwall and what they did there. Our walk traces the route that the Vikings took when using the natural harbours at either side of a narrow isthmus: The great Scapa Flow to the south and the sheltered Peedie Sea to the north. When arriving at Scapa we are met my our…

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Viking Hiking half day 9/8: afternoon

August 9 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Kirkwall Travel Centre, West Caste Street
Kirkwall, Scotland, Orkney KW15 1GU United Kingdom
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£20 - £30 25 tickets left

Half day Viking Hiking: Starts from the centre of Orkney’s Viking capital Kirkwall. During the walk to Scapa beach, you will hear about why the Vikings chose to settle in Kirkwall and what they did there. Our walk traces the route that the Vikings took when using the natural harbours at either side of a narrow isthmus: The great Scapa Flow to the south and the sheltered Peedie Sea to the north. When arriving at Scapa we are met my our…

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Viking Hiking full day 15/8

August 15 @ 9:30 am - 5:00 pm
Stromness harbour, Ferry Road
Stromness, Orkney KW16 3BH United Kingdom
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£40 - £60 25 tickets left
Mark Cook Viking Hiking guide

Full day Viking Hiking: Stromness to Hoy   The day starts by taking a small passenger ferry from Stromness across to the island of Hoy. From Moaness pier we walk though the roadless valley between the famous Hills of Hoy, said in local folklore to have been dropped there by a giant when the strap broke on his two straw baskets carrying soil for his garden. On the way, we have time to enjoy the fresh air and the stunning,…

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