I walk the route Guðrunarløkur-Skarvanes-Dalur-Húsavík-Guðrunarløkur
From Skarvanes to Dalur it is even marked, this time with blue poles. But from the beginning to Skarvanes are local peasants not expecting a hiker but have used the method of totally closed sheep fence gate. Every fence can be climbed over of course.
The first stretch crosses over a rather flat pasture. Behind my back forms a huge white cloud. The second part climbs over a mountain side and down to Dalur. View on Dímun islands, Skúvoy and Suðuroy again. The trail actually ends in Dalur from where to the car is about the same distance either the same way back or along the road. The road balances above the sea and gives me an opportunity to visit Húsavík. Otherwise such an opportunity arises only in Iceland. On the notice board in Húsavík is a sign that since water is not sterilized it has to be boiled before drinking.
All together this makes 16 and half kilometers.