Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race 2011

by Sleddoggin Staff on February 26, 2012

March 25, 2011 Dog Sledding season – coming to a close The well-known Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, held in Alaska, welcomed it’s first native Alaskan champion since 1976. Begun in 1973, the grueling race – through blizzards, whiteout conditions, sub-zero temperatures, gale-force winds – covers 1150 miles in nine to fifteen days from Willow to Nome, Alaska. There are many other sled dog races in locations around the world, including races in Norway, British Columbia, Slovakia, Spain, Czech Republic, Minsk, and through the Alps of France and Switzerland. The following images are a collection from those races. — Paula Nelson, The Boston Globe

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