Cruises from Evighedsforden
Evighedsforden (‘Everlasting Fjord’; also Kangerlussuatsiaq Fjord) in SW Greenland lies just below the Arctic Circle along its 90 km length. The fjord flows in a deep canyon into the Davis Strait, with a water depth of 700m. Its feed-in glaciers drain the Maniitsoq ice sheet. The mountain slope near the middle part of the fjord is considered the best heliskiing and mountaineering region in Greenland. Read more
At the mouth of the fjord is the settlement of Kangaamiut with a population of about 350. Parallel and to the north is Kangaamiut Kangerluarsuat Fjord, which crosses the Arctic Circle.