Sondrestrom Fjord is the longest fjord in the world. At the head of the fjord lay the village of Kangerlussuaq, the final stop on the expedition.
Choose a hotspot for an in-depth look at one of the fascinating things we learned in this location.
See this time-lapse video of the expedition ship as it travelled down the longest fjord in the world.
The geological and ecological richness of the Arctic can be seen in this video.
Glaciers are made up of large chunks of ice and are constantly moving.
A fiord (also known as a fjord) is a long narrow inlet that is formed by glacial acitivity.
The various patches of colour on the steep cliffs shown in this video are due to chemical changes in the rocks.