How to get there:
Nathorst Fjeld is easily climbed from the Danish airport
Constable Pynt in North East Greenland.
Ski or hike north from Constable Pynt. The mountain
is facing the fjord to the east, but it is
also separated from the inland by a
very characteristic valley on the west side.
There is also a Nathorst Tinde, in the Petermans Bjerg area,
more precisely, I had a good view of this mountain from
(2560 m), see this entry.
Our party was stuck at Constable Pynt for about one week due
to bad weather and a rescue operation going on further south
and tying up our Twin Otter airplane. (The weather at Constable Pynt
and further north where we were headed was just fine..)
I skied completely around this mountain one day, and visited the
mountain yet another two times.
Nathorst Fjeld viewed from the south, that is from the Constable Pynt area.