This Alaska dogsledding adventure starts with a scenic drive north from Anchorage to dog mushing country! The first stop will be in Wasilla, Alaska at the Iditarod Race Headquarters to learn more about The Iditarod, Alaska’s “Last Great Race”. After watching the film, ‘Why Do They Run?’ you will pass the Official Iditarod Starting Line in Willow and then continue to the quaint town of Talkeetna for lunch. Afterwards, your day tour continues to musher Dallas Seavey’s kennel to meet Iditarod-winning Alaskan huskies and to hear stories from the trail while the dogs are harnessed up. Then you’ll cozy up under a warm blanket on a custom-wheeled sled. This cart-style ride can be a bit bumpy on the fall terrain, so the seats in your sled are padded for your comfort.Your musher guide will steer you through two miles of pristine Alaska backcountry for approximately 45 minutes of dogsledding fun.
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A 2-person minimum is required for the tour to operate. Children must be 8 years old to participate in this tour.