Could you imagine anything more adventurous than hiking in the remote wilderness of Greenland? Being completely alone among ice-capped mountains, deserted shrublands, and rushing rivers. Simply, experiencing Arctic nature in all its beauty and remoteness.
The Arctic Circle Trail offers it all on the 165 km long hiking route that runs between the Greenlandic towns of Kangerlussuaq and Sisimiut.
In the summer of 2017, Kia Skou Jensen and I completed the Arctic Circle Trail. In this guide you can read about our journey and Greenland’s wild and rugged nature. You will also get some useful advice for your own preparations.
Read the guide HERE!