Icelandic outerwear company 66˚North is partnering with adventure photographers Benjamin Hardman and Alex Strohl to offer a photography-themed trip to Iceland in 2021. The prize includes round-trip flights for two from any location directly serviced by Icelandair, as well as a day with Strohl and Hardman exploring their favorite locations in Iceland. Accommodations, unfortunately, are not included. The runner-up prize is a Snæfell waterproof shell jacket, which usually costs $500.

The description of the contest explains that during your travels with the photographers, you’ll “learn tricks of the trade when it comes to Arctic photography or trekking, or just enjoy a day out in nature exploring Iceland with these two world-famous adventurers.”

To enter the contest, just fill out the form online and follow 66˚North on Instagram, or join the 66˚North club on Strava. Only those 18 or older are allowed to apply. Prize winners will be selected at random on December 21, 2021, and the trip itself will take place on dates in 2021 that work for both the winners and photographers.

Although Iceland’s borders are still closed to US and Canadian citizens, there is hope that those restrictions will soon lift as vaccines become more widely available throughout the world.