Who Gets to be First Down 4th Street for the start of the Iditarod? The winner of the 2018 Junior Iditarod! 5 Things to Know About the Junior Iditarod When: The Jr. Iditarod is held the weekend before the Iditarod. The winner of the junior event takes the[Read More…]
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An opinion piece from three-time Iditarod musher, Danny Seavey, March 7 2018 “Will the Iditarod family PLEASE stop fighting? I love the race but can’t stand to watch all the negative press. This week is supposed to be fun!” – Pretty much every Iditarod fan[Read More…]
It’s a celebration of spring, snow, and Alaskan adventure. It’s an all-day party with family and friends, old and new. It’s a unique Alaska ride to a historic Alaska destination that offers an array of Alaska outdoor opportunities. The New York Times called the experience[Read More…]
An opinion piece from three-time Iditarod musher, Danny Seavey, March 2018 “Tell me honestly, is the Iditarod inhumane? Can they safely run 1000 miles in 8 days? I want to believe it’s OK, but my friends are asking how I can support the event with[Read More…]
Each year before the racers hit the trail toward Nome, Alaska, each musher ships out close to 2,000 pounds of food and supplies across the 22 Iditarod checkpoints. Included in this nearly one ton of supplies that are dropped along the trail are food for[Read More…]
“The Land of Extremes” gets its wildest in the winter. To say that Alaska is known for its extreme winter weather is a bit of an understatement, but a lot of people don’t understand exactly what we mean when we say “extreme.” Here’s a quick[Read More…]