One resident of Greenland recently learned the hard way that all good things must come to an end.
With the summer solstice approaching, it’s light for 24 hours a day just north of the Arctic Circle in Greenland’s second-largest town, Sisimiut.
What do you at 1 a.m. in the land of the midnight sun? Why not ride your snowmobile across the water?
“This ‘sailer’ wanted to end his snowmobiling season with a little sailing trip at [the] Sisimiut Harbor area,” Ulrik Motzfeldt wrote in a description for this video, which he shot on June 5.
Although the unidentified rider enjoys at least 30 seconds of sheer bliss navigating his non-boat vehicle on water, his trip soon comes to an end and two people on a boat come to his rescue.
While snowmobiling on water may sound like a contradiction in terms, it is actually a sport and has its own governing body, the International Watercross Association. The 2012 European Watercross champion set a record in 2013, driving his snowmobile across water for 111.9 miles in about three hours.
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Snowmobiling On Water Ends Exactly How You Would Expect