The Ammassalik area of East Greenland is a world-class trekking destination. On this two week self-supported hiking journey, we will follow trails used for generations by ancient Inuit hunters. The trails cross narrow valleys, fjords, and high granite peaks that seem to rise straight from the sea. The expedition takes place in the mountains just east of the Sermilik Fjord – a place accessible only by foot. We will be able to discover fragile flora and the bird life of the Arctic. We will be amazed at the huge numbers of icebergs in the Sermilik Fjord (also known as the “ice fjord”).

We will hike through the mountains to visit the village of Tiniteqilaaq and then make our way on foot to the regional capital of Tasiilaq. There will be one re-supply of food along the way, allowing for slightly lighter backpacks part way through, to help us through the more difficult part of the route.

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Dates, Rates & Availability

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Dates Trip Fee Availability
TBD, 2022 (July or August) $8,995 CAD until Oct 31st, 2021* Dates TBD

What's included

Map

Guides

  • 5:1 ratio
Accommodation

Accommodation

  • 12 nights camping
  • 1 night in Kulusuk
  • 1 night in Tasilaaq
Meals

Meals

  • all meals and snacks from Day 2 lunch to Day 14 lunch
  • hotel meals (dinners Day 1 and 14, breakfasts Day 2 and 15)
Camping

Camping Equipment

  • tents: free-standing expedition dome tents – 2 per tent
  • “kitchen”: tarp, cooking stoves, utensils, dishes, etc.
Safety

Safety Equipment

  • first aid, safety, rescue, and repair kits
  • communications equipment (satellite phone)
Transportation

Transportation

  • flights between Reykjavik and Kulusuk – Day 1 and Day 15
  • boat shuttles on Days 2, 14, and 15 (to Airport)
  • transportation of guides, group gear, food, etc. to Kulusuk