I now came across the only location of Pinguicula vulgaris on my tour. Pinguicula vulgaris, also known as the common butterwort, is a carnivorous plants with a rosette of leaves, that have minute tentacles on its upper sides. With those tentacles it catches little insects and digests them using a stomach juice like liquid that is produced by the leaves once an insect is caught.
This location is the most northern one, I came across in Greenland. Otherwise, Pinguicula vulgaris is quite frequent in the Northern Hemisphere and in particular in Scandinavia.
After another 5 km and a number of ups and downs the hilly sections were over. The remaining way was flat, parts of the hike was along the fjord on sandy beaches.