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Nuuk Snow Festival was held for the first time in 1994. At that time it was not only the first in Nuuk, but the first in all of Greenland! Nuuk Snow Festival brings people together in teams, but also as visitors. The festival site was the ideal place to go, both for family trips and for the romantic first date.Find out more »
Arctic Circle Race is considered by many to be the toughest and most beautiful cross-country skiing race in the world.
Skiers from all over the world race 160 km across 3 days, spending nights camping in tents in the wilderness.Find out more »
On the 17th of May, Frederik, Crown Prince of Denmark will kick off the Royal Run 2021 in the Greenlandic capital, Nuuk. You can participate in either One mile, 5 km or 10 km. The event was scheduled for 2020. However due to Covid-19, it has been postponed to 2021. All registrations are automatically transferred to 2021.Find out more »
The Ultra Trail Nuuk is a 72 km and more than 2000 altitude meters mountain race that will take place for the first time on Saturday, August 3rd 2019. The race is open to both men and women of 18 years old and up.
It is very important that participants are well trained and prepared for mountain running.Find out more »
The Leif Eriksson Marathon is named after the son of the fabled Viking, Erik the Red.
The race's start and finish is in the settlement Qassiarsuk which rests on the site of Erik the Red's and Leif Eriksson's 10th century farm, Brattahlid.
Now the entire area is deemed UNESCO world heritage.
The Polar Circle Marathon is unique in that it is the only marathon in which you can run on Greenland’s IceCap itself. The majority of the course, however, is run on road, which is often covered in snow, due to the race taking place in late October.Find out more »