Travel North of the Arctic Circle to Sisimiut, Greenland


Today you venture north of the Arctic Circle, to the relatively bustling town of Sisimiut, an area that has been inhabited for over 4,000 years and balances both the modern and traditional faces of Greenland.

As the most northerly town in Greenland to have a port that remains free of ice in winter, Sisimiut is rapidly growing, with commercial fishing bolstering the economy and leading to the town boasting the largest business centre in the north of the country. This modern side to the town is balanced with a more conventional side in the traditional dog sled which is still a commonly used form of transport, thanks to the snow and ice that cover the town in winter and spring.

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