"The ship- and land-based journey will explore the eastern Canadian Arctic and western Greenland. Every day on land and aboard our ice-strengthened expedition vessel will be different. Our approach to expedition learning weaves together exciting shore landings, interpretive hikes, community visits, Zodiac cruises, and exploration.
Also, here is the direct link for the Arctic 2012 expedition I participated in, in case you are interested. There are more photos from a professional photographer that followed us on the trip and day to day itineraries posted! http://studentsonice.com/
I had the most wonderful experience up North. We went hiking almost every day and saw spectacular wildlife from polar bears to bowheads to seals to murres to many species of lichens. Although I initially joined the expedition for the science, I was amazed by the resilient Inuit people and their culture as well. In fact, 30 of the 75 students onboard the expedition were Inuit and one girl came from Grisefjord, the Northernmost community in the world.