Fat-bike the Arctic
In honor of Canada-based Sacred Rides’ 20th year, owner Mike Brcic has put together a first-of-its-kind fat-bike journey across the least densely populated terrain on the globe.
To call the 100-mile hut-to-hut route over Greenland’s Arctic Circle Trail “remote” is an understatement. The trail will still be covered with snow when the dogsled-aided trip rolls out next April, and the only other souls on it will likely be reindeer, Arctic foxes, and musk oxen. Brcic calls Greenland “a spectacular country with a rich history and virtually no tourists,” but don’t expect it to stay that way. It’s already being called the next Iceland.
Apr.; 9 days, from $4,995; sacredrides.com
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