Alaska

Ten Thousand Miles with a Dog Sled A Narrative of Winter Travel in Interior Alaska

by Sleddoggin Staff February 26, 2012

Ten Thousand Miles with a Dog Sled A Narrative of Winter Travel in Interior Alaska This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers. You may find it for free on the web. Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery.This book was converted from its physical [...]

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Princess Cruises Announces Winners of 2011 Alaska Region Shore Excursion Awards

by Sleddoggin Staff February 26, 2012

Santa Clarita, Calif. (PRWEB) October 07, 2011 Each year, Princess Cruises marks the end of the Alaska season with shipboard awards ceremonies celebrating the years favorite local tour operators. The lines 12th annual C.R.U.I.S.E. service awards have just been handed out, honoring the best shore excursion experiences and guides in most ports on Alaska itineraries, [...]

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Learn About the Iditarod Race and Dog Mushing in Alaska

by Sleddoggin Staff February 26, 2012

In Alaska, the official state sport is dog sled racing. Alaskans have always appreciated the reliability and historic value of the old ways of dog sledding. Mechanical transportation such as snow machines and snow mobiles are of course very important to the people of Alaska, but many still keep their own dog teams. Some folks [...]

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Princess Cruises Debuts New Land Excursion Options for Alaska Cruisetour Passengers

by Sleddoggin Staff February 26, 2012

(Vocus) March 26, 2010 Santa Clarita, Calif. — Princess Cruises has added nine new choices to its lineup of optional land excursions for Alaska cruisetours, giving travelers opportunities for fresh adventures, including discovering how local hunters and trappers live, exploring by ATV, riding a dog cart, visiting a true Eskimo village or learning to cook [...]

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Alaska in February

by Sleddoggin Staff February 26, 2012

Article by Rob Vrabel Alaska is a winter wonderland in February and they have many events that will help you make the most of your Alaskan vacation or something fun to do on the weekend. Wrangell Alaska hosts the annual Tent City Festival every February. This event celebrates the gold and timber history of the [...]

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Plan your Alaska holiday around the Iditarod sled dog race for an unforgettable experience

by Sleddoggin Staff February 24, 2012

Article by dipika patel The world-famous Iditarod sled dog race is the perfect setting for a holiday with a unique twist – especially if it’s your first visit to Alaska. Once a year, the ruggedly beautiful state plays host to the world’s foremost dogsledding event, in which mushers make an epic 1,150-mile trek over some [...]

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Princess Cruises Makes Alaska Tour Reservations Easier; Adds News Excursions This Summer

by Sleddoggin Staff February 10, 2012

Santa Clarita, Calif. (Vocus/PRWEB) February 04, 2011 Princess Cruises just made it easier to reserve Alaska land excursions from its wilderness lodges this summer. Passengers can now pre-reserve land tours with a new system similar to that used to reserve shipboard shore excursions. Princess is also offering several new tour options in Alaska for 2011, [...]

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New Novel Features Adventure in the Wilds of Alaska; Book by Jack Singer

by Sleddoggin Staff July 27, 2011

Sharon Springs, NY (PRWEB) February 21, 2012 A narrowly averted deadly fight over cheating during a poker game brings together two unforgettable characters: Howard Edgemont, a smart lawyer from the East born to privilege, and Jake Bartholomule, a former Civil War hero with enviable survival skills. In this new novel, the two pair up when [...]

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More Iditarod Classics: Tales of the Trail from the Men & Women Who Race Across Alaska

by Sleddoggin Staff April 14, 2011

More Iditarod Classics: Tales of the Trail from the Men & Women Who Race Across Alaska Picking up where the best-selling IDITAROD CLASSICS left off, MORE IDITAROD CLASSICS introduces readers to more of the men and women who brave the 1,100-mile Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race from Anchorage to Nome. And do they ever have [...]

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Dog Sledding – Mushing in Fairbanks, Alaska

by Sleddoggin Staff March 10, 2011

Dog Sledding – dog mushing in Fairbanks, Alaska . We traveled to Fairbanks for Spring Break 2010 where Dan took a half day class to learn the fundamentals of dog sledding. His first run was tandem and his second run was following. Altogether it was about 12 miles Action scenes shot with a Sony HDR [...]

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Princess Family Cruisetours to Alaska Return for Second Season

by Sleddoggin Staff March 8, 2011

Santa Clarita, Calif. (Vocus) September 9, 2010 After a popular debut last year, Princess Cruises is once again offering special Alaska cruisetours designed just for families. These unique tours incorporate a variety of features not usually included in a cruisetour package, such as the opportunity to learn about dog mushing at the Iditarod Headquarters, pan [...]

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Alaska BLM Maps

by Sleddoggin Staff March 6, 2011

Article by Zoraya Tonel Anybody would love Alaska. Any wise traveler would also love Alaska and will not forget to bring BackCountry Navigator’s Alaska BLM maps to get the most from the beauty of the place and not waste time in getting lost. Alaska is magical and wonderful. It haunts those who had seen it [...]

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Alaska International Film Festival Announces 2010 Winners

by Sleddoggin Staff March 4, 2011

Anchorage, AK (PRWEB) July 15, 2010 The Alaska International Film Festival proudly announces its selections juxtaposing local and foreign talent. Selections include films by Alaskan filmmakers and documentaries narrating rich Alaskan history and showcasing breathtaking Alaskan vistas. Among such commendations are documentaries like H

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Fun Places To Visit When You Tour Alaska

by Sleddoggin Staff March 4, 2011

by grid.epsilon When you tour Alaska you’ll see why it’s called the last frontier. Alaska is by far the largest state in the United States. It even dwarfs Texas, with Alaska being almost 2.5 times bigger. The grandness and diversity defy description. Alaska changes radically from place to place and from season to season. If [...]

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Iditarod Classics: Tales of the Trail Told by the Men & Women Who Race Across Alaska

by Sleddoggin Staff March 2, 2011

Iditarod Classics: Tales of the Trail Told by the Men & Women Who Race Across Alaska ISBN13: 9780945397120 Condition: New Notes: BRAND NEW FROM PUBLISHER! 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. Tracking provided on most orders. Buy with Confidence! Millions of books sold! Blinding blizzards. Freezing wind. Paralyzing cold temperatures. The 1,100-mile Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race is [...]

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Alaska Backcountry Bike Tours Announces Multi-Day Mountain Tours for 2005 Summer Season

by Sleddoggin Staff March 2, 2011

(PRWEB) March 3, 2005 From June to September, the biking and hiking expedition company offers spectacular two, four and nine-day mountain excursions into the heart of south Central Alaska. Covering miles of the state’s premier singletrack mountain biking trials in the Chugach National Forest, the unparalleled itinerary showcases some of Alaska’s most spectacular scenery. [...]

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Alaska BLM Maps

by Sleddoggin Staff February 26, 2011

Article by Zoraya Tonel Anybody would love Alaska. Any wise traveler would also love Alaska and will not forget to bring BackCountry Navigator’s Alaska BLM maps to get the most from the beauty of the place and not waste time in getting lost. Alaska is magical and wonderful. It haunts those who had seen it [...]

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Yukon Quest International Dog Sled Race 2012, Fairbanks, Alaska

by Sleddoggin Staff January 11, 2011

Yukon Quest International Dog Sled Race 2012, Fairbanks, Alaska Video Rating: 0 / 5

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