Dog Sledding: The Iditarod Trail

The Iditarod trail is perhaps the best known sled dog racing trail in the entire world. The trail, which stretches from Anchorage to Nome, Alaska is over 1,000 miles long, crosses two major rivers and runs through the heart of the Western Alaska. Every year mushers and dog sled teams from around the world will [...]

Alaskan John Baker Wins the 2011 Iditarod

John Baker crossed the end line quite very first Tuesday inside the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, reclaiming the title of Iditarod champion for an Alaska Native musher. Baker, 48, of Kotzebue steered his canine group down the significant drag with this particular gold rush metropolis on Alaska’s western coast to win the 1,150-mile race [...]

The Iditarod, The Most Famous Dog Sled Race in the World

The Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race is an annual dog sledding racing event held every year in Alaska. This is the longest dog sledding racing of the world. In this race participants have to cover 1161 miles from Willow to Nome. The trail runs from Willow up the Rainy Pass of the Alaska Range into [...]