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Backcountry sports and Arctic adventures in Sisimiut are the perfect answer to a pursuit for cultural discovery and pure natural settings.
Sisimiut maintains its cool, urban character every day of the year. In the midst of such wide territory, the adventure scale knows no boundaries. Fly fishing for Arctic char in crisp rivers, hiking and cross-country racing through the mountains, and snowmobiling in fresh powder are only the beginning of fun in this Arctic Circle backcountry.
In this winter-loving town, the cold and snow only add fuel to the fire. So when in Greenland, do as the Greenlanders do and try dog sledding. Take in the view in all its rugged glory as you cross territory that only a Sisimiut local knows how to find. An alternative is to feel the land right beneath your skis and dash through the mountains in the Arctic Circle Race.
It is an event when locals and visitors stand side-by-side pushing their limits and having fun while doing it. The mental and physical challenges come one after another, and during the competition the adrenaline runs quite high. But in the end, everyone finishes with new friends from the shared experience and a sense of great accomplishment.
Sisimiut is 40 km north of the Arctic Circle. Sisimiut was founded in and has approximately 5, residents. It is the second largest town in Greenland. Near Sisimiut are two villages, Itilleq and Sarfannguit, which can be reached by boat with Sirius Greenland or the Arctic Umiaq Line settlement service.