2 Riders. 2,000 Miles. Nothing Compares To This Race.

2 riders, 2,000 miles

This is a competition like no other sport in the world. The World’s longest snowmobile race.

The first Iron Dog event started in 1984 in Big Lake following the Northern Route of the Historic Iditarod Trail to Nome. Today’s Iron Dog course distance is over 2,000 miles, starting in Anchorage with a restart in Big Lake, a halfway stop in Nome and finishing in Fairbanks.

Participants – 2 person teams – cover some of Alaska’s most remote and rugged terrain while confronting some of the harshest winter conditions. At any moment, anything could go wrong: a break in the ice could lead to one or both partners falling into frigid water, equipment malfunctions could result in the partners being stranded hundreds of miles from civilization, or physical or mental fatigue could set in. Survival skills are essential, making it the World’s toughest snowmobile race.

For more information: www.irondog.org


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