Book a Presentation about Hiking in Greenland

I regularly give lectures and hold workshops about Greenland. I have lived in Greenland on several occasions and have traveled all around the country.

Highly 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 for no less than 70 hiking trails.

But what is it like to hike in Greenland? How do you best prepare and where do you find the most beautiful hikes? And what hiking equipment is recommended?

In my presentations, I talk about all the things that make hiking in Greenland such a great experience. My talks are based on my own endeavours on countless hikes in the country; all illustrated with some of my most beautiful photos.

Experience, among other things, my stories from challenging hikes in Jameson Land in Northeast Greenland, Paradise Valley in South Greenland, the Icefjord in Ilulissat or about the iconic Arctic Circle Trail.

You can learn more about the possibilities of booking a lecture by emailing or calling me here.

Giving a lecture at the Icefjord Centre in Ilulissat. Photo by Janne Breinholt Bak
Maniitsoq - Photo Bo Normander
On top of the Maniitsoq Island in West Greenland. Photo by Bo Normander
From my hike in Jameson Land, where I have put up my tent close to the Goose River. In the background are the high, continually snow-capped mountains of Liverpool Land. Photo by Bo Normander
Mythical land, as taken out of the Lord of the Rings. From the Arctic Circle Trail. Photo by Bo Normander
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