Pictures from September and December 2014 show that Uversbreen is still moving/surging. Note that it is normal to record lower speed during the cold season.
The fact that the ice of Uversbreen is currently moving much faster than other land-terminating glaciers means that it is bound to be crevassed, and all parts of it should be assumed risky for travel.
Consider alternative routes.
|Source: CRIOS project, Doug Benn, Heidi Sevestre and Adrian Luckman (UNIS/Swansea University). |
Data source: TerraSAR-X (Copyright DLR, 2014)