A travel guide to the UNESCO World Heritage Site Ilulissat Icefjord in western Greenland.
As the first guide book ever published for this area, it is a one-stop guide that includes practical tips, an introduction to the area's history and geological background, information about the areas ecological importance, and an illustrated guide to flora and fauna as well as illustrated directions for several hiking routes. Colour coded tabs assist in navigating the content.
The character of a park ranger serves as a guiding figure throughout the book with safety tips and interesting facts.
The book itself was designed to be rugged enough to survive in a hiker's backpack, with a rubber band to keep the pages together and a waterproof cover. The accompanying map is printed on "stone paper", an extremely durable and waterproof material with excellent recycling abilities. The colour scheme takes it cues from Greenland's icy nature, supplemented with a few high-visibility accents for important information.