The old settlement of Sermermiut lies south of Ilulissat. For 4000 years different Inuit cultures lived in the settlement. Go on the Kangia coastline hike.
Experience Inuite culture and incredible icebergs on this hiking daytour in Ilulissat, Greenland.
Beautiful icebergs are the setting for the old settlement of Sermermiut 1½ kilometers south of Ilulissat. For 4000 years different Inuit cultures lived in the settlement, and today you can still see the relics, which witness of heir presence. Every year, on the 13th of January, the people of Ilulissat hike to „Holms Bakke” to welcome the sun after the long dark winter.
After a couple of hours hiking, where we visit the settlement Sermermiut and the old Inuit graves, we rest for our lunch break at „Holms Bakke”. The hike continues along the ice fiord and the guide will tell about the flora, fauna, and geology, and of course about the ice.
Minimum pax 4.
Hike: Little demanding
- Guided walk
- Lunch box
Please note that tours to Greenland are only available during the following months
February to April
May to September