Gunnbjørn Fjeld is the highest mountain of Greenland and also the highest peak north of the Arctic circle. It is named after Gunnbjørn Ulvsson, the first European to discover Greenland. The mountain is part of the Watkins Range on Greenland's east coast. Due to its remote location summit attempts are a rather rare occasion. The first documented ascent was achieved in 1935 by a British expedition. It took more than 35 years until the summit of Gunnbjørn Fjeld was reached for a second time in 1987.



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Elevation: 3694 m
Country and region: Greenland
Mountain range: Watkins Range
Prominence: 3694 m
Orometric dominance: 100
Coordinates: 68.919500, -29.898533

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