If you answered mostly A’s, then you are a Wilderness Seeker. You are completely at ease in the nature, and in fact, you prefer it to a concrete environment filled with noise and pollution. A nature-to-human ratio of 1000:1 sounds just right. Sometimes you traverse long distances and sometimes you stay stationary where the vibe feels good, but you always stay connected with nature.
Greenland is the least densely populated land on Earth, so remote landscape is what we do best. Walk the Arctic Circle Trail or find your own hiking route in our vast backcountry. With no privately owned land, you are free to camp wherever you please.
If you answered mostly A’s but need to add adrenaline to the equation, then you are an Extreme Adventurer. You are on a constant quest for the remotest of the remote nature, not because there is no human influence there but because this is where the roughest and most challenging landscapes live.
In Greenland, the possibilities for you are as many as your own imagination can dream up and your own endurance can handle. Unnamed peaks and glaciers scream for rock and ice climbing expeditions. Skiing or dog sledding across the Greenland Ice Sheet could keep you busy for a month, and of course there’s always the Greenland National Park, world’s largest.
If you answered mostly B’s, then you are a Nature Lover. You enjoy getting out into the environment for the day, as long as you can come back to some creature comforts when the day is through. Getting a bit sweaty or dirty in the course of an activity just means that you got a closer experience with the nature and had fun doing it!
Greenland is a natural playground for your active soul. In summer, every town has a few good day hikes you must try. Kayaking lets you stretch your sea legs, and glacier hiking is always a classic. In winter, ski touring, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling keep you moving!