Take a ride on a snowmobile on a guided sleigh ride through the snow to experience the Greenlandic nature in a way you’ve never tried before. You can choose between trips that suits riders of all levels with the possibility of choosing between private groups, single riders, experienced and training programs – there is something for everyone. Whether you are looking for relaxing short trips, for adventurous full day trips or something in between, do we have what you are looking for.
This tour is perfect for beginners. Your tour guide will introduce you to the basic driving skills, and you start by driving on a training track before you will be led to groomed trails.
Intro + Backcountry tour
This trip allows you to combine your newly acquired skills on a snowmobile with a great tour in the beautiful hilly mountain landscape just east of Sisimiut.
This is our most popular snowmobiling tour, because it offers a little bit of everything and is a perfect next step from the “Snowmobile Intro Tour”. On the tour, you drive through groomed scenic trails in to the mountains.
On this trip, we’ll drive through the highlands east of Sisimiut, where you will experience the landscapes of the glaciers and the deep fjords which are the trademarks for the city of Sisimiut.
Experience the landscapes of the glaciers and the deep fjords which are the trademarks ofthe city of Sisimiut.
The small Narsaq
The small Narsaq is located in the Amerloq fjord east of Sisimiut. There you can find a small hunters hut, used by hunters passing by for accommodation. The hut is used when hunters transport meat from the small village of Sarfannguit or all the way from Kangerlussuaq.
Experience the mountain landscape, as well as the deep fjords. This Snowmobiling tour is combined with ice fishing.
Into the wild
This snowmobile tour into the wild is perfect for those looking to go deeper into the wilderness surrounding the Arctic Circle Trail. During this adventure tour you’ll drive through a wide variety of terrain including frozen lakes and fjords, narrow hill climbs, scenic panoramic viewpoints and even dog sled track crossings.