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About ski & snowshoe tours

1. What is a snowshoe?

A snowshoe looks like a long tennis racket without the handle. Or, modern snowshoes are more streamlined than rackets, and may look like a huge pair of slippers. You strap your normal hiking boots onto the showshoe. It’s the perfect way to go hiking in the snow, as you will not sink knee or thigh deep into the snow.

2. Do I need to be fit to go on a snowshoe tour?

You can snowshoe according to the level of your fitness. It’s the same as hiking. The beauty of snowshoeing is that you can walk over pristine snow, where it would be difficult to go in with normal hiking boots. You can take a walk just outside town, or you can take a long hike into mountainous terrain. You can see the difficulty level in each tour description.

3. Are there ski resorts in Greenland?

There are no “resorts” where you have dozens of chair lifts and a couple of gondolas. But there are local ski lifts in Nuuk, Sisimiut and Tasiilaq, where it’s nice to borrow skis or a snowboard, and enjoy the powder snow.

There are groomed cross country tracks, and some are extensive, such as in Sisimiut and Nuuk. It’s fun to join the locals out there - school children, elders and serious athletes too. Sisimiut is the town that hosts the Arctic Circle Race, a cross country ski race that covers 160km in 3 days, and camps out in the Arctic wilderness.