Mapping the untapped
surf potential on the isle of sheep

Photos by Chris Burkard

A viking graveyard fronts arguably the most
remote lineup in the North Atlantic.

Sam Hammer finds a cold Norse welcome
at the left-hand wedge.

The raising and killing of sheep is a cornerstone
of Faroese culture.

Tyler Warren, considering the dangers
of surfing a certain seal-infested cove.

All rivers lead to the ocean. Dane Gudauskas,
focused on the job at hand.

Seaside cottages provide refuge from the cold.

This fjord wave is as fickle as it is beautiful.
Tyler Warren, capitalizing.

Dane Gudauskas, making friends with the locals.

Where ancient glaciers once carved a line through
the bedrock, Sam Hammer now sets a line of his own.