Sikuijivitteq (Danish: Mogens Heinesen Fjord), also known as Kangerdlugsuatsiak, is a fjord of the King Frederick VI Coast in the Kujalleq municipality, southeastern Greenland. The name 'Mogens Heinesen' is based on Magnus Heinason, a 16th-century Faroese naval hero.
|Mogens Heinesen Fjord |
|Part of||King Frederick VI Coast|
|Ocean/sea sources||North Atlantic Ocean|
|Max. length||45 km (28 mi)|
|Max. width||4.7 km (2.9 mi)|
There are high mountains rising on both sides of the fjord, becoming especially craggy towards the inner side. One of the most impressive is a dark pyramidal peak in the nunatak at the head of the fjord rising steeply to a height of 1,884 m (6,181 ft) on the southern side above the glacier at .
6 km to the east in the same nunatak there is a steep mountain with multiple peaks rising to a height of 1,894 m (6,214 ft) at and at the eastern end there is a massive summit rising to a height of 1,945 m (6,381 ft) above the confluence of the glaciers at , but the highest is a 2,069 m (6,788 ft) glacier-topped mountain located to the west at .
- Greenland Pilot - Danish Geodata Agency
- Field relationship of high-grade Neo- to Mesoarchaean rocks of South-East Greenland: Tectonometamorphic and magmatic evolution