Ilulissat Icefiord – The Yellow Trail

It doesn’t get much bigger than taking one of the marked hiking trails along Ilulissat Icefjord. With its floating landscape of giant icebergs of all shapes and sizes, the icefjord is one of the world’s most spectacular natural areas. The fjord is designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site with a nature of “outstanding […]

Book a Presentation about Greenland

About Greenland I regularly give talks and hold workshops about Greenland. I have lived in Greenland on several occasions and have traveled all around the country. Quite relevant, my book Nature Guide Greenland has just been released – 384 pages packed with beautiful photos and in-depth information about Greenland’s nature. The guide also includes suggestions […]

Online Guide about Greenland’s Flora

In collaboration with Visit Greenland, I have published a new, comprehensive online guide to the flora of Greenland Greenland may not be known for its green areas, despite its name, but parts of the landscape contains plenty of interesting and beautiful trees, shrubs and flowers. The landscape is dominated by Arctic tundra, which lies desolate […]

New Nature Guide for Greenland

Nature Guide Greenland has just been released in an English version aimed at an international audience.  Nature Guide Greenland tells vividly and enthusiastically about Greenland’s nature with beautiful photos and in-depth information. On 384 richly illustrated pages, the book comes all the way around Greenland’s nature, geology, climate and not least the unique animal and […]

Adventurous Hike in the Qinngua Valley

Udsigt over Tasersuaq Sø fra det fjeld jeg forgæves forsøgte at komme over på Dag 2.

Enjoying the Arctic nature and the pristine wilderness of Greenland is a dream come true for any hiker. But it can also be extremely tough and sometimes risky. This is certainly the case when the hike at Nanortalik in South Greenland takes you over difficult boulders and steep mountainsides, through bottomless swamps and across rushing […]

Musk Oxen and Sandstone Mountains in Jameson Land

Jameson Land - Photo: Bo Normander

A hike in the northeastern Greenlandic wilderness in Jameson Land offers incredible mountain landscapes and intimate experiences with the large musk oxen that dig into the local vegetation. Jameson Land is pristine Arctic wilderness, and as a hiker you must take precautions. After my stay in Ittoqqortoormiit, I had planned a 3-day hike alone in […]

Adventure on the Eternal Fjord, Kangerlussuatsiaq

A boat trip to the Kangerlussuatsiaq Fjord north of Maniitsoq in Greenland is an unforgettable experience in unusually beautiful nature. Meet calving glaciers and high mountain peaks or take a dip in the turquoise blue water! As part of my work with Nature Guide Greenland, I traveled around Southwest Greenland in September 2021. I had […]

On top of Maniitsoq

Maniitsoq - Photo Bo Normander

The view from the top of the Iviangiusat Mountain is worth the whole climb. In clear weather, the archipelago, the mountains and the Greenland ice sheet appear razor sharp in a radius of several hundred kilometers. You can even see all the way to the capital, Nuuk. It has become autumn and Maniitsoq’s rooftops are […]

Beautiful Hike at Ittoqqortoormiit

Uunartoq (Kap Tobin) - Photo: Bo Normander

A hike to the abandoned village of Uunarteq (Cape Tobin) offers incomparably beautiful Arctic nature, challenging terrain and close encounters with snow hares, eider ducks, sea urchins and, if you are lucky/unlucky, polar bears. I have just arrived in Ittoqqortoormiit (June 25th, 2020) and I decide to embark on my first hike. Following good advice […]

Timelapse film from the World Heritage Site in Ilulissat

Experience a beautiful timelapse tour to Ilulissat Icefjord. This timelapse film project is made by photographer Bo Normander and timelapse expert Casper Rolsted. In October 2019, the film was selected as one of the best films on Vimeo and received the honorful Staff Pick badge. Ilulissat Icefjord is a natural site of outstanding beauty created […]