National Geographic Resolution wove its way through the gargantuan icebergs spit forth from the forty-mile-long fjord to arrive at Ilulissat – a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Setting out on a fleet of local boats, our guests enjoyed spectacular views of the many forms that ice can take. Guests also enjoyed time in town and more vistas on land along the boardwalk that leads to the ice edge, where ancient nomadic hunters camped in peat bog huts of their own creation.