One of the fastest moving glaciers in Greenland and in the world is the Helheim glacier. The Helheim glacier calves icebergs of all sizes, shapes, and forms into the Sermilik fjord, or the Icefjord, in East Greenland, at the speed of approximately 60 m pr. day. Two fixed departures: July 26, and August 12.
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- Trip Outline
- Dates and Booking
- Trip Incl./Excl.
- Tour type: Trekking
- Duration: 8 days - 7 nights
- Walking per day: 5 - 7 hours
- Group size: Min. 5 - Max. 14
- Accommodation: Tent and hostel
- Language: English and French
- Departures/Meeting point: July and August/Reykjavik Domestic Airport
HIGHLIGHTS OF TOUR
- The Peaks around the Sungate and the Qinertivaq fjord.
- The “ice beaches” in Sermilik fjord.
- The view from the Tiniteqilaaq ridge.
- The incredible amount of icebergs.
One of the fastest moving glaciers in Greenland and in the world is the Helheim glacier. The Helheim glacier calves icebergs of all sizes, shapes, and forms into the Sermilik fjord or the Icefjord, in East Greenland, at the speed of approximately 60 m pr. day. The Sermilik fjord is surrounded by steep and pointed, glacier-covered mountains. North of the Icefjord reigns the edge of the Greenland Ice Cap, impressive and enormous. At the trail end, we find a tiny hunter’s village where Inuits have survived by hunting seals among the Icebergs of the fjord. At the end of each day, one can enjoy the calm and serenity of the Arctic. This is without a doubt one of the most interesting trek one can do in Greenland! Two departures: July 26, and August 12.
A trek that takes you to an iceberg wonderland, ending in a tiny Inuit hunter's village.
Includes: Guiding, Boat transfer from Kulusuk to start of trek, Boat transfer from Tiniteqilaaq to Kulusuk at the end of trek, all luggage transport from camp to camp, all food from lunch in Kulusuk on day 1 to breakfast in Kulusuk on day 8, Accommodation as described in program, tents, mess tent, all camping gear, safety equipment (satellite phone, first aid kit etc.).
Excludes: Alcoholic beverages, flights to/from Greenland, other personal expenses, anything not mentioned in “Trip Includes”.