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Frozen Giants

10 days hiking in East Greenland

from 2,650.00 €

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Frozen Giants

10 days hiking in East Greenland

from 2,650.00 €

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Frozen Giants

10 days hiking in East Greenland

from 2,650.00 €
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The Ammassalik region is one of the most isolated inhabited region on the planet. Mountains, icebergs, huge glaciers and rivers form the beautiful landscape we will explore. We will stay at a mountain hut at the incredible Sermilik ice fjord and enjoy the view of the spectacular icebergs in the sea. We will visit three isolated villages with colourful houses, friendly people and howling sled dogs and spend the nights in the middle of the settlements. This is an unforgettable tour for those who want an insight into life in this remote part of the world, who enjoy relatively easy hikes in beautiful nature and prefer inside accommodation.

Rough summary

Day 1:

Arrival in Kulusuk. Night in Kulusuk.

Day 2:

Hiking on Kulusuk Island. Night in Kulusuk.

Day 3:

Boat transfer to Kuummiut. Night in Kuummiut.

Day 4:

Hiking in Tuno fjord. Night in Kuumiut.

Day 5:

Mt. Kuummiut. Night in Kuummiut.

Day 6:

Boat transfer to Sermilik Fjord. Tiniteqilaaq. Night in hut.

Day 7:

Hiking at the Sermilik Fjord. Night in hut.

Day 8:

Hiking the Sermilik Path to Tasiilaq. Night in Tasiilaq.

Day 9:

Day at leisure in Tasiilaq. Night in Tasiilaq.

Day 10:

Boat transfer back to Kulusuk.

Prices and dates

Price per person:

2,650.00 Euro


July 06th, 2017 – July 15th, 2017 (guaranteed)
July 20th, 2017 – July 29th, 2017 (fully booked)
August 03th, 2017 – August 12th, 2017 (fully booked)
August 17th, 2017 – August 26th, 2017 (guaranteed)
August 27th, 2017 – September 05th, 2017 (fully booked)

Further details

Price includes:

  • English speaking guide
  • full board from lunch day 1 to lunch day 10
  • boat transfers
  • 9 nights in hostel
  • 2 nights in hut

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Minimum age:


Bring along:

Warm and waterproof outdoor clothing. Please request equipment list.

Flight connections

Flights to Greenland are not included.
Best way to fly to Kulusuk is via Reykjavík/Iceland.
Return flight from 795 EUR per person can be added to your package.

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Detailed itinerary

Day 1: Kulusuk

We will spend the day in the small settlement of Kulusuk which is situated at the rocky coast of Kulusuk Island. The sea in full of stunning icebergs. We will explore the colourful settlement and the beautiful surroundings. Night at a hostel in Kulusuk.

Day 2: Kulusuk Island

Today we will hike on Kulusuk island and enjoy the amazing scenery. We will see remains of a wall used to hunt reindeer centuries ago and also visit the coast where Nordic settlers set their mark on the land. The view from the coast is beautiful and from the most western tip of the island we can see all the way out to the Atlantic. On our way back to town we will pass the lakes in the heart of the island. Night at a hostel in Kulusuk.

Day 3: Kulusuk - Kuummiut

We sail from Kulusuk into the great Ammassalik Fjord to the small settlement of Kuummiut. Kuummiut is situated at the end of a peninsula and offers a spectacular view. We will stay at a house in the village.

Day 4: Tuno Fjord

Our hike to Illitsiartik in the fjord of Tuno will be relatively easy, but we will have to ford a river or two on the way. The vegetation here is surprisingly rich and the scenery absolutely stunning. We will spend the night in Kuummiut.

Day 5: Mt. Kuummiut

Today we will climb Kuummiut Mountain (1050 m). The altitude is quite modest, but we have to start from sea level which makes this a full day hike. At the top of the mountain an extraordinary view awaits us. We will see fjords, islands, mountains, glaciers and icebergs. We will spend the night in Kuummiut.

Day 6: Kuummiut – Tiniteqilaaq - Sermilik Fjord

Today we will sail out into the Ammassalik fjord and into the narrow sound of Ikasartivaq before we reach the next small settlement, Tiniteqilaaq. We will explore the tiny settlement which offers a great view of the Sermilik ice fjord. We will through the ice fjord around massive icebergs on the way you our next stop. We will spend the following two night in a hut on the Ammassalik island with a stunning view of the fjord. We will spend the afternoon exploring the area and enjoying the spectacular view.

Day 7: Sermilik Fjord

Today we hike for an entire day in this remote area. We hike along streams, over barren, rocky land, enjoying the fantastic view over the Sermilik ice fjord along the way. If the weather conditions are good, we can see the great Greenlandic ice cap. We will spend the night in the hut.

Day 8: Sermilik Path - Tasiilaq

We start the day with a short boat transfer further south along the Ammassailik island. We will hike along the Sermilik Path through the Flower Valley to Tasiilaq, the biggest settlement in East Greenland, with around 1.800 habitants. We will spend the following two nights in a house in the settlement.

Day 9: Tasiilaq – Prestefjeld

Today the choice is yours. For those who want to go for a hike in the surroundings of Tasiilaq this will be an option. When back in Tasiilaq we can stroll around the town, visit possibly the local museum (depending on opening hours) or the local shop with artistic local products.

Day 10: Tasiilaq - Kulusuk

We will go on a short walk in the morning before we return to Kulusuk.

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