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Hekla Havn

Føhnfjord, Denmarkøya & Hekla Havn

Sheer sided fjord on south side of Milneland

Information about Føhnfjord

Sheer sided fjord on the south side of Milneland. Great ship cruising, often as part of the circumnavigation of Milneland.

Denmarkøya, on the south-east side of Milne Island, is the location of a group of small islands with landing potential at the end of Føhnfjord, at a position between the deeper fjord systems and the open ‘bay’ of Scoresbysund. The popular landing here is Hekla Havn, named after the expedition ship used by Carl Ryder when the expedition explored NE Greenland from 1891 to 92. As well as the hut remains from the expedition, there are older Innuit remains, as well as good tundra walks, wildlife, and some great geology.

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Hekla Havn
Hekla Havn
Hekla Havn

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Animals in Føhnfjord

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