Kællingekløften, or the Witches Gorge as its known has a somewhat dark story behind it. Around 900 years ago, in times when food supplies were scarce, old women would commit suicide here by jumping into the gorge. One less mouth to feed meant more food to prevent the young from going hungry.

The actual gorge is the indent in the lower center, which, from this angle is probably not the best to see it as it's obscured, but trust me, it's there! The gorge is 35m (115') deep. Best to watch your step on the rocks and snow, unless you want to unwittingly contribute to reducing global hunger.

Overlooking the Ilulissat Icefjord, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.