Ski the Wild West coast of Greenland with 2000 meter runs from summit to sea just south of the Arctic Circle where the sun is up for 18-20 hours a day.
The terrain we ski around Kangaamiut offers everything from steep couloirs to long, flat glaciers. We are still doing first descents every season. To profit from this most unique experience, all clients need to be in top physical shape and be able to handle any type of snow conditions this area can throw at you.
We are uniquely positioned to take advantage of hundreds of glacial runs dropping into 3 different fjords directly behind the Island of Kangaamiut. Running 3 groups of 5 skiers (4 clients and a guide), heli time is economically spread amongst the groups, giving maximum skiing for our Euro.
We have struck all snow conditions but most of the time we are skiing good spring corn snow on the south exposures and powder on the north. The maritime nature of the snow pack and our timing for the spring means that most of the time avalanche hazard is not critical and we can enjoy some steep skiing.
Descents are up to 2000m vertical metres and many terminate at the sea’s edge.