Witness the excitement of the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race across Alaska!
Extending for over 1049 miles through some of the roughest, toughest country in
North America, mushers and their dog teams race from Anchorage to Nome. The
mushers face an incredible journey, bitter cold, fierce winds and long, lonely
hours of darkness. Our Iditarod tours include the race start and an official trail check point, allowing you to experience an unforgettable Alaska adventure in the winter.
We offer a wide selection of our tours that make you part of this spectacular event, from a fully guided adventure to independent packages. The
2016 Iditarod race starts March 5.
Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race / Escorted Group Tour - from Anchorage/ to Fairbanks (CTA)
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March 2, 2016 from Anchorage / to Fairbanks (7 nights)
Experience the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race with a local guide who provides insights about The Last Great Race on Earth, and activities surrounding it. Highlights include the Mushers Banquet, the race start, and a flightseeing tour of Denali Nat Park / to Mt. McKinley! Another highlight of this tour is the opportunity to view Northern Lights in Fairbanks, as well as enjoying a dog sledding tour with your own dog team! You will also experience some of the stunning scenery around Anchorage on your way to the Alyeska Ski Resort for a scenic tram ride up the mountain.
Experience Iditarod - Official Race Start Program
From $1159 per person,
based on double occupancy
March 4, 2016 from Anchorage (4 nights)
Experience the ceremonial start and the official restart of the world famous Iditarod Sled Dog Race. This tour features a four night stay in Anchorage and a guided trip to the
official Iditarod Race Restart in Willow, Alaska. Here you see the mushers take
off for their long journey to Nome. You will also
fly to one of the first check points along the Iditarod trail and cheer on
mushers, as they are coming through.