IMG-20170207-WA0009Ramón Larramendi, explorer and leader of the WindSled project, from the south of Greenland, is following the pulse of the latest events on the Arctic island, right in the middle of winter. After a 2016 in which record temperatures were broken, it seems that 2017 has begun as it should in a polar territory: “There is a lot of snow and very low temperatures, around -8º during the day. In the capital, Nuuk, there is five times more snow than in other years and also in the south, in Qaqortoq, where it is difficult to keep the streets open to traffic, “he explains from Qaqortoq, the starting point from which he proceeds along the southern coast of the island, towards the fjord of Tasermiut.

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