Join the Iditarod Sled Dog Race Alaska in 2013 ! We offer a variety of tours: Iditarod Sled Dog Race from Anchorage to Nome, Alaska Iditarod Flightseeing Tours, Iditarod Trail Headquarter Wasilla, Anchorage Musher Banquet Tickets, Iditarod Trail Checkpoint Sightseeing, Anchorage Fur Rendezvous, Alaska Dog Mushing, Historic Iditarod Trail Info. Witness the Iditarod Race Start on Anchorage’s 4th Avenue and customize your own program with options to attend the Musher's banquet, private kennel visits, fly-outs to remote checkpoints at famous Rainy Pass, McGrath, Nikolai or White Mountain. Overnight in wilderness lodges within the Alaska Range or take a trip to Nome on the Bering Sea to watch the Iditarod Musher crossing the finishing line after an exhilarating trip of 1100 Miles.
Experience the Iditarod Race Start on Anchorage's 4th Avenue and customize your preferred Iditarod program around the flexible tour package with many options: You could visit the private sled dog kennel of an Iditarod veteran and try dog mushing by yourself, take a sightseeing cruise tour to Kenai Fjords National Park for Grey Whale migration observation, ski for a day at the Alyeska Resort - Alaska's largest ski area, or choose from various fly-out options to remote Iditarod race checkpoints around famous Rainy Pass, Finger Lakes, the Yentna River or Nikolai with overnights in wilderness lodges within the Alaska Range foothills. Alternatively take a trip to Nome on the shores of the Bering Sea to observe the action when the first Iditarod Musher arrives after an exhilarating trip of 1100 Miles. This is the ideal itinerary for the independent traveler.
The all inclusive, adventurous and yet very affordable Iditarod tour package. Tour highlights include: the Iditarod Ceremonial Race Start on Anchorage's 4th Avenue, the Iditarod Race re-start in Willow, fly-out to the Rainy Pass Lodge wilderness checkpoint within the magnificent Alaska Range and to the native village checkpoint at Nikolai, Anchorage first-class hotel overnights, two nights at a remote Alaska Backcountry Lodge, transfers, meals etc. This is the perfect tour itinerary for the independent and active traveler. You may extend your Iditarod experience and choose additional fly-out trips, sightseeing tours or travel to Nome on the shores of the Bering Sea and witness the Iditarod finish.
Enjoy the Iditarod Race Start on Anchorage's 4th Avenue and the bustling preparation of the teams in the morning, a trip to the re-start ceremony in Willow or Wasilla, a visit of an Iditarod veteran, ski plane fly-outs to Rainy Pass, Finger Lakes, McGrath and Nikolai checkpoint within the Alaska Mountain Range as well as to the most interesting native village checkpoints along the shores of the frozen Bering Sea. You'll overnight at a wilderness lodges with excellent Aurora Viewing, in first class city hotels and small inns in Nome and the Native communities in northern Alaska. Witness the finishing of the race live in Nome when the first Iditarod Sled Dog Team arrives after an exhilarating trip of 1100 Miles throughout the most rugged, remote and challenging regions of Alaska. A ideal itinerary for the independent, individual and adventurous traveler and an experience you'll never forget. Travel Alaska beyond imagination !
This seven day Iditarod tour package covers the highly active Iditarod Ceremonial Start in downtown Anchorage, the re-start activities in Willow and two extremely scenic checkpoint flights to Nikolai and Rainy Pass - within the magnificent Alaska Mountain Range. Our tour services include: overnights in centrally located superior or first-class hotels, individual airport transfers, Musher's Banquet Tickets, sightseeing and of course the two exciting checkpoint fly-outs. This is the perfect itinerary for our independent and active travelers who strive to experience some highlights of the Last Great Race on Earth for the first time. Join us and get an unforgettable insight view and first hand race information from the toughest and most popular sled dog race in the world.
This 7-day program provides always the best and up-to-date race action - guaranteed. Just fly to Nome and leave the rest of the logistic to us. We continuously monitor and gather information about the ongoing race to find out were the top mushers currently are. According to the information you'll fly you out to a particular checkpoint with a lot of race action and do not waste your valuable vacation time on a checkpoint with no race activities at all. During the winter of 1925 a diphtheria epidemic raged among Inuit in the Nome area. Fierce territory wide blizzard conditions prevented delivery of a life-saving serum by airplane from Anchorage. A relay of dog teams was organized to deliver the serum. The annual Iditarod commemorates this historic event.