Greenland Blog

Welcome to the official blog of Greenland Adventures by Icelandic Mountain Guides, your trusted source for guided and self guided tour in Greenland.  Here you can learn more about Greenland's vast and beautiful nature, travel tips and all sorts of useful information to help you make the most of your time in Greenland. Cheers!

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The Making of : New Tour to South Greenland

Arnaud, one of our amazing guides, constantly calls out: “I love my job!” His words eccoed in my head during a good week in the south of Greenland last summer, as we scouted for new adventures to present to...

Where to Go in Greenland

Greenland is the world’s largest island. Naturally, choosing where you should go is not the easiest thing in the world, since every region has it’s quirks and specialities. So, to help you sort your north...

10 Otherworldly Photos from Greenland's Icefjords

Greenland is not as green as it you might think. In fact, it has a heck of a lot of ice. This ice is nothing short of incredible, these great tongues that come off the Greenland Ice Cap break off into chunks...

Summer in Greenland

What do locals do during the summertime in Greenland? How do they spend their time? Well, basking in the light of midnight sun, practically over the nation, Greenlanders are very busy enjoying...

The Roof of the Arctic - Mt: Gunnbjörn Summit Expedition

Icelandic Mountain Guides had a busy season in the Watkins Mountains Range this year, with three separate trips lined up one after the other.  Ascending to the Roof of the Arctic This first trip was...

7 Stunning Photos from the Ilulissat Icefjord

This week, we are sharing 7 seriously amazing shots that cover the Ilulissat Icefjord from all angles. It’s hard to believe how epic it really is. Before we step into the shots, check out this sweet...

Things to do in Tasiilaq

Tasiilaq: Gateway to Adventure Tasiilaq. Population 2,017. It’s tiny by anyone’s (except for Greenlandic) standards, but it is still the largest town in East Greenland. So it’s a small town, but it packs...