|Ocean/sea sources||Scoresby Sound|
|Max. length||50 km (31 mi)|
|Max. width||6.4 km (4.0 mi)|
Vestfjord, meaning 'West Fjord' in the Danish language, is a fjord in King Christian X Land, eastern Greenland. This fjord is part of the Scoresby Sound system in the area of Sermersooq municipality.
Two large glacier branches flow into the head of the Vestfjord at the fjord's western end and a nunatak reaching a height of 2,468 m (8,097 ft) rises between the two glaciers. This tributary fjord extends between high mountains for about 50 km (31 mi) in a west-east direction until its mouth in the confluence of the Rode Fjord (Røde Fjord) and the Fonfjord (Fønfjord) opposite the western end of Milne Land.
- Prostar Sailing Directions 2005 Greenland and Iceland Enroute, p. 115
- "Vestfjord". Mapcarta. Retrieved 27 April 2016.
- Harold Williams ed. Geology of the Appalachian—Caledonian Orogen in Canada and Greenland, p. 898
- The Mineral Occurrences of Central East Greenland
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