In Sisimiut the boundary between terrain and town is a distinct one, but at heart the locals embrace the same rough, real, remote mantra of their natural counterpart. The locals of Sisimiut are good to take matters into their own hands, and they have a thriving fashion sense that rivals any street in Europe.
Swing by the skate park to watch talented youth do BMX bike tricks in preparation for competitions around the world. In summer they are sure to be there day or night because the midnight sun never sets on this cool Arctic Circle community.

Are you an adventurer on a bicycle, then the landscape around Sisimiut and especially winter route between Kangerlussuaq and Sisimiut “Arctic Circle Trail” are great ways to experience the area.

The landscape invites both for ordinary cyclists and extreme cyclists. On your own with a rented bicycle or on organized package tours, you can explore and come from far away.


Arctic Circle Trail (up to 200 km)

Asummiunut (10 km)

Dog Ville & Shootinglane (9 km)

Alanngorsuaq (20 km)

Tele Island (6 km)

Town Round Trip (8 km)

Locals love to bike, and in the urban landscape you find trail bikes, mountain bikes, city bikes, ordinary bicycles and the fascinating Fatbike.

Mostly you’ll see locals biking in the summer because when the snow melts, the roads are dry and the sun calls everyone out to the dirt tracks.

jason and mike