We recently returned from a very successful and enjoyable 17-day trip to Greenland. The focus of the trip was mostly on hiking and backpacking. To start with, we spent 9 days backpacking the 100-mile route from Kangerlussuaq to Sisimiut on the Arctic Circle Trail. The Arctic Circle Trail was quite amazing with a lot of wildlife, great scenery, river crossings, and fun experiences along the way. Next, we went to Disko Island and did a day hike to a pretty waterfall and interesting area of geology known as Kuannit. Finally, we went to Ilulissat, which has some of the most impressive icebergs in the world. Along with doing a midnight sunset iceberg cruise of Disko Bay and spending time whale watching, we also did a one-way hike from Oqaatsut (formerly called Rodebay) back to Ilulissat, and a loop hike of the Ilulissat Icefjord (a UNESCO World Hertiage Site) by connecting the Yellow and Blue Trails. In the near future, I will share three brand new hiking reports from our trip to Greenland – The Arctic Circle Trail, Disko Island (Waterfall and Kuannit), and the Ilulissat Icefjord Hike. It will be hard to condense 9 days of backpacking on the Arctic Circle Trail into one single report, but the scenery will be very impressive.