Dog sled tour in Thule over Inglefield Bredning
24 April 2007
This is the last expedition day on dogsledges, thence, the final destination is back to Qaanaaq driving over the mouth of Inglefield Bredning, along strange and fascinating rock formations.
Today, we head back to Qaanaaq. We leave the refuge, as usual under a beautiful sunny day.
We drive our dogsledges onto frozen Inglefield Bredning, along these beautiful and strange mountains' sides. As there isn't vegetation, northen Greenland is a true paradise of geologists, because the rocks are naked by the elements.
A small glacier ending into the bay.
Strange rock formations along the sides of the mountains.
Some picture dedicated to these beautiful and strong dogs, which have made this trip possible.Click HERE
to see a movie showing a departure after a brief rest.
Inglefield Bredning bay, Thule region, Greenland.
We finally reach Qaanaaq, where we say goodbye to the dogs and our Inuit guides. A well deserved hot shower awaits us at the Qaanaaq hotel.