When you live next to the Prins Christian Sund, close to the steep walls of the fjord, there is no need to own a car. At the very top of the mountain, there is a lake. Access at the lower level is strictly by boat (or in an emergency, helicopter). This is the norm for most villages in Greenland. In the winter, when everything freezes over, other forms of transportation come into play. We have been told that dog sleds are required to be kept above the Arctic Circle in Greenland.