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Travellers Final Frontier – Greenland There’s a saying amongst travelers “If you have been everywhere, there is always Greenland.” Countless times, I have flown across the Atlantic and countless ti...
Hiking the Arctic Circle Trail Will Change Your Life! When I first mentioned to friends and family that I was going to hike the 103-mile Arctic Circle Trail in Greenland, carrying all my survival goo...
The light current in Kong Oscar Fjord steadily pulls my kayak towards the iceberg. Seen through a wide-angle lens it appears to be calm. But suddenly the water changes colour. Dark blue, green, ligh...
The first time you ride on a dog sled, you have this fundamental idea, that the dogs are in front and the sled follows behind. But this is not always the case. Let me say right away, dog-sledding i...
Spectacular sheer rock in South Greenland Some of the world's most spectacular sheer rock faces are found in South Greenland. Every year they attract climbers from all over the world. In 2003 Ben Hea...
Arctic Circle Race cross country skiing in Greenland  When the signal sounds end of March to start the 160 kilometre, traditional skiing race in Sisimiut’s eastern, mountainous terrain, competitors c...
Many have followed since the Norwegian polar explorer Fridtjof Nansen first crossed Greenland. Only a few have undertaken an expedition lengthwise of the inland ice. The British adventurer Adrian Haye...
45 days of paddling off Greenland’s north-western coast, in endless summer days of midnight sun. This is the adventure experienced by four outdoor enthusiasts who were overwhelmed by the light on the...
The author of this article lived in Greenland in his youth. Now, he has returned to see the country again and to enjoy nature from a sea kayak. Here, in his own words, he talks about growing up in Gre...
I have just returned from an adventurous tour in Greenland. Although I am hardly back, my mind is still there. The tour was unforgettable; I experienced new feelings and longings and became closer t...
On Thin Ice in Tasiilaq Nuka Utuaq has one of the best dog teams in Tasiilaq and he drives his sled every day in the winter season. Nuka Utuaq is a busy man. When he isn’t hunting or fishing, he tak...
Dog sled across Liverpool land Greenland experienced from a dog sled – an impressive journey through time and space  When the dog sled whizzes along and the wide open spaces just get wider and wider...
As the boat that had brought us here, faded to a small red spot in the midst of this steely blue vastness, we waved goodbye and began to carry our gear from the beach up to the small wood cabin, our s...
A sailor’s journey from the west coast of Greenland to Alaska I admit I was a little scared of this expedition. I have been a sailor for many years, but there is a big difference between holiday crui...
Sailing with sails in a schooner in the world’s biggest fjord on Greenland’s east coast is not simply a journey between icebergs and glaciers. When you sail in these magnificent natural surroundings...
Several hundred chromebright arctic char Finally we are here, and everything seems perfect. No matter whether I focus on the details, like the little flowers at my feet, or the large landscape that s...
Personal data Name Geza Scholtz. Age 34. Nationality Swiss. University degree in dental medicine. Work as a dentist. Kite background Started kitesurfing 15 years ago. 2013, World's first ki...
The best dive is yet to come if you haven’t dived in Greenland  Swimming around in below-freezing water sounds cold. And so it is, but that’s soon 
forgotten when, 40 metres down, you are surrounded...
Exploring Greenland was a dream Bert Poffé is a Belgian explorer married to Kiki Nárdiz from Spain. They tried quite a lot worldwide, but found Greenland to be a unique place of immense beauty, – but...
Seeing the view from the airplane, there was no doubt. This was not going to be an easy trip We flew from Nuuk to Aasiaat, where the crew of five »kayak postmen« were to meet. We speeded among multil...
Groenland, de Kangerlussuaq à Sisimut, le long du cercle polaire arctique en aller simple. Participants : Je suis Coralie, je voyage depuis toujours. Que ce soit avec mes parents, mon copain, des am...
From Narsarsuaq in the south to Ilulissat in the north and Kulusuk in the east In 2012, I was given a trip to Greenland by my daughter Sarah, who is a professor and researcher at the University of Mi...
»My hardest race to date« writes Nini Biilmann, who completed a half-marathon in Kangerlussuaq in the autumn of 2008 In 2007, I decided I would run my first half-marathon in the most beautiful countr...
Kim Insuk is the only resident Korean in Greenland. Here she tells about some of her many experiences in the country she call her »second home« I first visited Greenland in 2010 and have lived here...
Just like the snail, we take our house with us, when we take a cruise along Greenland’s south-west coast. With the Hurtigruten’s ship - MS Fram as a base, we take the voyage into the very heart of the...
A day I will never forget It had been a really rough day at work. The problems were standing in line that day and there was no end to it, so I was dead tired when I finally got home.   The telephone...
Jens-Pavia Brandt and Nini Frydkjær went out into the mountains around Kangerlussuaq together with their girls Liva and Sika, for four weeks.  As soon as the aircraft arrived at Kangerlussuaq in the...
A cruise along the west coast of Greenland should be on everyone’s bucket list.  Cruising in Greenland with Rembrandt van Rijn At the beginning of October 2013, I was fortunate enough to be invited...
The many small herds of musk-oxen are a pleasing sign of life on the otherwise relatively desolate Arctic tundra. They live in large numbers in several places in Greenland, one of which is Kangerluss...