Nordic skiing on the frozen sea

Find and draw your favorite route

East Greenland offers a variety of cross country ski routes in winter season. Slide over the frozen Kong Oscar Fjord, starting directly at the entrance door of the Red House. Explore the surrounding valleys and frozen lakes with the skis.

Gently ascending slopes can be climbed with the Nordic skis and the snow conditions are mostly well prepared by the windy weather to allow for sliding without sinking. You trace your own route in the untouched snow.

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Cross county ski equipment

… can be borrowed in the Red House. This way you don't have to carry your own ski equipment on the journey. We have ski with NNN-binding and sticks and shoes in various sizes. We recommend to bring your own shoes for better fit.

Easy gliding in the endless white range.

The Red House - Eastgreenland - Aktivitäten - Langlaufski
The Red House - Eastgreenland - Aktivitäten - Langlaufski

Flat to steep

Enjoy the silence of East Greenland while gliding and through the fantastic landscape with bizarre peaks and wind -furrowedsnow structures. You decide if you prefer the valley, smooth hills or ascending view tops. In the surroundings of Tasiilaq you get all options.

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The Red House - Eastgreenland - Aktivitäten - Langlaufski
The Red House - Eastgreenland - Aktivitäten - Langlaufski

Follow the dog sledge route

If you prefer to follow a known track, just follow the dog sledge highway in the direction to the next village, Tinitequilaaq. Otherwise your destination is only limited by the ocean and the higher Peaks.

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New dimensions of freedom

You determine your route. Experience the unfamiliar feeling of freedom when searching your way or follow your inner voice and let your skis slide. You will begin to see the land with different eyes.

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Icefishing on Kong Oscar Fjord

In the winter you will meet the local fishermen when icefishing on the fjord. Their patience is mostly rewarded. As observer you will feel the hardness of former winters when the Inuit where dependent on this source of food. In strong winters they still depend on it even today.

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