Here's Why These Pro Surfers Snubbed Hawaii For One of the Least Likely Spots In The World
Faroes charts the search for perfect waves in a land forged by viking steel
Iceland may not be the first location to spring to mind when you think about surfing. However, just 100km south of the country, jutting out of the North Atlantic are 18 small islands called the Faroes.
Surfers Dane Gudauskas, Justin Quintal, Sam Hammer, Tyler Warren, Chris Burkard, and Ben Weiland try to unlock the door to the perfect waves, promied among the landscape that's as punishing as it is unlikely.
Join them on their two week long odyssey, as they hop between the islands, living in tiny huts, and discovering the ancient customs of a country forged by viking steel.