Iditarod Trail Packages

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Alaska Sled Dog Tours

 

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Dress warmly and in multiple layers; hat and gloves, jacket and warm boots suitable for standing outside in freezing temperatures. Make sure your camera/video camera is charged and has lots of memory. This will help you get all those great pictures for holiday cards and photo albums. We suggest you bring sunglasses.
” You never understand the true beauty of Mt. McKinley until your up at 12,000 feet!. The Mt. McKinley Tour was the highlight of my Alaskan vacation. I can’t recommend it highly enough to other travelers. David Hick’s and N2 Alaska made our experience a once in a lifetime memory.”

– David L.

Every year, beginning the first Saturday in March, over fifty dog teams race along this trail in what is called the “last great race.” The Iditarod Sled Dog Race is one of the most famous sporting events in the world and we put you in the middle of it! Experience the unmatched excitement of the start of the Iditarod Sled Dog Race from Willow to Nome, Alaska.

View the spectacular and rugged scenery and spot teams making their way up the trail to the checkpoint.This unique look at the race will put you in the middle of the action as mushers and their teams arrive and prepare to cross the Alaska Range through Rainy Pass then exit down through the treacherous Dalzell Gorge.

Conditions along the trail can vary from surprisingly spring-like weather to interior Alaska temperatures of -40 degrees Fahrenheit with coastal blizzards that bring winds of up to 60 miles an hour.

N2 Alaska offers custom one to ten day trips, tailored to individual schedules. Our Cessna 185 aircraft is equipped with wheel/skis, personal intercom systems, and a window for everyone. Packages are customized for each individual so you will have the experience of a lifetime. Call for details now as there is limited availability.