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Ski Greenland

Skiing in East Greenland is possibly one of the remotest ski adventures you can have. High in the Arctic, living on a glacier for 2 weeks in temperatures as cold as -30 celsius is not everyone's idea of fun, but for those adventurous skiers who have winter camping experience this could be just the ticket.


In all directions there are stunning peaks, almost built for skiing, as far as the eye can see. And many of them have never been skied... ever. If this sounds like it's something you're after get in touch and register your interest.  Our trips to Greenland are bespoke and have carefully chosen team members, who will have skied with us a number of times before.

We run these trips in May every few years, so they are something to build up to and plan for!

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Course Detail
Ability level: Expert
I often ski couloirs and steep slopes, where jump turning is required. Powder skiing is my dream and 35 degree slopes are a cruise. My friends call me a ‘Jedi’.
Fitness Level: E
I can ski all day and hike/skin for 5-6 hours every day (1200-1500m). I can live in a full expedition environment. My body is a temple. I have kept my level of fitness at a high level for a long period of time, exercise regularly and often spend full days hiking/ climbing/ biking.
Guiding ratio: 1:6
What's included:
  • full 'state of the art' expedition service
  • guides fees and expenses
  • download info pack for details
What's not included:
  • equipment rental
  • travel insurance
  • tips & items of a personal nature
  • international flights
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This trip really did exceed all expectations! Amazing terrain, 18 feet of the freshest, most velevety snow, and a great blend of touring and heli-skiing. Book me in next year!
Jane Keulsheimer, Alaska Heli & Backcountry
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