We left the second campsite at around 9.30 am. From the site we pass the next two minor lakes to the right. There is a relatively easy rise up along a an old moraine, up another 50 meters. From there on we had to climb a huge area of large boulders.
From camp 2 the climb up the moraine and boulders took us up another 240 meters. At the top of the pass there is a small red hut, and 3 kilometers from campsite 2.
We took a brief break, and then continued - this time down, we were heading towards the 3rd campsite from our 2008 - hike.
Around the hut a there is lot of old rubbish. It's waste from winters, when hunters use the hut as a resting place, on their dogsledge route between Qeqertaq and Ikerasak, across the Nuussuaq Peninsula. It's a sad view.
From the hut we descend slowly down towards a still ice-covered lake, and pass it on the left. We make camp at 522 meters, close to a glacier.
During the evening and night rain fell and fog rose up through the valley. Another rock slide was heard.
We slept well, a bit nice to listen the falling drops of water.