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While this is merely a starting point for The Iditarod/Fur Rendezvous Championship, this iconic bronze statue represents more than just a starting point......Alaskan History, Sled Dog Race History, and most definitely a Kodak Moment.
This is a great event and really fun to watch in Anchorage as well as the other places they travel through. My photos are only of one small segment which is a very steep hill they have to come down in Anchorage. It's a great...More
the restart in Willow is always fun !!! thousands at the start and the trail from there all the way to Lake Creek has hundreds of people on snowmachines, airplanes, helicopters and ATV's in groups large and small camped along the trail and cheering on...More
I have been on lots of these rides and would recommend it to anyone that loves dogs, child have so much fun but I think that the adults have much more fun. You get to see just how much the dogs love to run and...More
Whether you live in Alaska, or are planning a winter-time visit, this event is a memory-maker. The ceremonial start in Anchorage is an opportunity to get up-close with these beautiful canine athletes and their handlers while enjoying the party atmosphere and hospitality of Anchorage. Then,...More
No dogs, no demos, no nothing. Showed us a movie because it was raining outside. Really surprised they don't have a rainy day program since it rains a lot in Alaska. Don't waste your time if it's raining.