We split our explore around Teuri Island into A) a hike around the northeastern forest area and B) a bike ride around the island. The forest at the northeastern end of the island has a mix of plantation and native forest. Most of the way is on an old but level trail. There’s nothing technical.
Beyond the forest, the route is now on an exposed one-lane, one-way paved road – the only one that skirts the circumference of the island. There is no natural shelter along this road. Note that we were on Teuri in May, not long after the snow has melted. Later in the season there will be more substantial undergrowth.