On this tour, you will participate in and be a part of life at Trapper’s Farm. You’ll experience daily trapping- and fishing-trips, travelling by foot or by dogsled. The cabin is our base camp and every day ends here, with a traditional dinner made from local food.
AVAILABLE FROM 20.02.19.
We follow the Trapper’s Season through exciting days, fishing and trapping wild game across the wilderness. At nightfall, we return to the cabin and gather around a table stacked with local delicacies and something good to drink.
This kind of adventure requires participants to be in average, physical shape, but does not require any previous experience. The days will wary a lot and no tour will be the same. Everything is included, from the moment we pick you up at an agreed location to the moment we bring you back. We will also provide you with appropriate clothes (see personal pack list).
The main point of the tours is to sustain the farm with food and materials. To transport us into and through the rough nature, we will use sled dogs in the winter and canoes or hike on foot, alongside pack dogs, in the summer.
Our accommodations will be in the small, cosy cabin, next to the dog yard. The cabin’s inside is of modern standard (you can both cook and shower). You will have your own room, but will live, cook and eat together with your travelling companion (s) and the guide). We might spend a night or two out in the wilderness (depending on what’s on the agenda), sleeping in a tent or under the open sky next to a warm bonfire. The food will be whatever we catch, along with some local and traditional ingredients. You’ll also get a broad insight into local history, culture and traditions, and the faithful Greenland dogs will join our tours every day.
Remember to specify any allergies, your physical health, the number of participants, days, date and any personal preferences in your request.
The price depends on the trip’s duration and the number of guests.
Although everything is included, there are some things that the guests need to be bring themselves:
Woollen underwear (preferably 100% wool)
Wool or fleece sweater
A small backpack
Hiking shoes (during the summer)
Other personal necessities
There is a certain degree of risk associated with all our trips. We operate in an Arctic climate and work in contact with animals. We reserve the right to make changes to the program, should it be necessary due to weather or other conditions. All our guests should keep in mind that they are participating on the tours at their own risk. We are not accountable for any damages to your person or belongings during your stay. Our guests are required to sign an agreement regarding this before the trip begins.