What to do

Browse through a wide variety of activities during both summer and wintertime. With everything from snowmobiling to island hopping you won't be bored while staying in Aasiaat

plan your trip

Aasiaat is located in northern Greenland and some may think that it is a difficult task to even get here. This is why we've made a 1-2-3 guide for you.

about aasiaat

Aasiaat has a long and rich history as the northern 'capital' of Greenland. Today it is a wonderful mixture of modern and traditional Greenland working in great harmony.

"There is no time to be bored in a beautiful world like this”

Visiting Aasiaat was a real incredible experience for me. The sound of howling sled dogs in the evening. The silent and yet incredibly vast and wild nature. I will keep these memories for ever. Thanks for making my stay in Aasiaat an unforgettable one.
Sandra Weber (Germany)

Skiing

The Olympic Games athlete in Cross Country Skiing Martin Møller began his career on the skiing tracks of Aasiaat. Whether you want to go back country skiing or just follow the tracks Aasiaat got you covered.

Hiking

Aasiaat island offers several beautiful coastal day-hikes. If you wish you can also be dropped off at a neighbouring larger island and get picked up a few hours or days later.

Dog sledding

There’s a reason dog sledding is on the ‘Arctic 5’ list. It’s something we wish for everyone to try at least once in their life. An absolutely unique experience.

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The Big Arctic five

In Aasiaat you can look forward to authentic dog sled rides, the magic of the northern lights, the splendour of the ice and snow and Greenland’s fascinating whales. To top it all off there’s the people of Greenland: pioneers; simultaneously ancient and modern.

Things to do

The best way to experience our wide range of activities is to try them yourself. Take a closer look here and make your reservation today

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