Running tours in Greenland are a unique way to explore a country unlike any you have seen before. With its arctic climate and vast expanses of wilderness, running in Greenland is a true once in a lifetime experience.

Our guided runs take in Greenlandic history, culture, wildlife and nature. See the remains of 4000 year old Inuit cultures, visit the modern day towns and villages, spot humpback whales and marvel at the UNESCO Heritage Ilulissat Icefjord. Delve into Greenlandic life with our local guide, who will make sure you get to experience Greenland from a local perspective.

If you want your trip to be one to remember, don’t hesitate to book a running tour. The many facets of Greenland are there to be discovered – just bring your running shoes and let our guide lead the way.

Greenland, the world’s largest island, has an incredible mix of nature and culture that makes it the perfect destination for travellers who want to experience adventure and life in the Arctic region. Glaciers, fjords, icebergs, whales, polar bears, the Northern Lights… I could go on, Greenland is a country that is best explored on foot, out in the elements.

Running is a great way to visit the country. Our tours will guide you through local culture, from ancient Inuit settlements to present day traditions and life. Our local guide will take you into the culture in a unique way. Board a boat and travel together to the settlement of Oqaatsut, home to only 27 people. Run the rugged coastline from this hunting village to Ilulissat – the home of icebergs.

Learn about the history of Greenland – from its original settlers to its colonisation by Denmark and contemporary concerns over power struggles and climate change. Experience the effects of this history first hand – displayed in the country’s crafts, art, music and architecture.

If you are a runner looking for your next adventure, or a traveller looking to immerse yourself in Greenlandic life, look no further than our running tours. Our local guides are ready to welcome you in and show off their beautiful, magical land.