In early July when the Summer is still only catching on we paddle along the exciting coastline of the Kangerlussuaq fiord till we reach the river Angujaartorfik, also know as the river Robinson.
From the shore we trek up the beautiful river with our tents till we reach our destination at Qamaninnguit Tasiat in a wonderful area where lakes, valleys and plateaus provide plentiful land for the wild life thriving here.
The area has good trails without challenging climbs and we can enjoy the moderately easy hikes much like the first people did when they arrived her more than 4,000 years ago.
Today Angujaartorfik is still an important Summer camp area, especially for families from the settlement Kangaamiut which lies just south of the Kangerlussuaq fiord mouth.
They come here to fish some of the many Arctic charr that also feed the local population of sea eagles, and the place teems with life once the hunting season begins in early August.
We arrive before the onset of the hunt and this gives of plenty of chances to see wild life up close, especially the many musk oxen that live in this area.
There’s a group limit of 8 people on this trip, where the total kayak distance is 88 kilometers, the longest day is 24 kilometers, and the longest open water crossing is 4,6 kilometers.
This unique trip runs only once in 2011 on July 3-11.
DKK 6,150 per person
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