Tiilerilaaq is a traditional fishing and hunting settlement which is considered remote even by Greenlandic standards. A place with its own rhythm and order, which about 70 people call home. The settlement was likely established around 1922-23. The name Tiniteqilaaq translates into “the strait that runs dry at low tide”. It lies about 30 km into the majestic Sermilik Icefjord, on the Greenlandic mainland in breathtakingly beautiful surroundings. The views across the fjord with its enormous icebergs are spectacular. At the bottom of the fjord, less than 50 km northwest of Tiniteqilaaq, there is a very active Helheim Glacier.