This is the last post on my Copper Basin 300 race. Dog team overview The starting line Chistochina Meier’s Lake Sourdough This was another run that has become fuzzy with time. My feet were cold for a long time and I know that it was tough staying awake in the early hours of the morning. […]
Dog Sled Tours
Our dog sled tours are the heart and soul of what we do. They are our way of sharing what we love with an interested public and help us sustain our kennel. There is nothing more magical for us than getting to share dog mushing with those interested in having a wonderfully unique Alaskan experience!
The Sled Dogs
Meet Our Sled Dogs Our dogs are our best friends, our team mates, and our family. We enjoy spending time with them not only out on the trail dog mushing but also at our home in Seward, Alaska. When they aren’t busy pulling sleds, we enjoy taking our canine family out hiking or letting them […]
This is a multi part series on my copper basin 300 race. Please check out the other posts: Dog team overview Part 1: The Starting Line Part 2: Chistochina Part 3: Meier’s Lake As we left Meier’s lake for Sourdough, I realized I wouldn’t be indoors for another 120+ miles. I knew I needed to […]
This is the 3rd installment in a multi part blog series on the 2016 Copper Basin 300. Sarah’s 2016 Copper basin 300 team overview part 1: The Starting Line Part 2: Chistochina I pulled hook in Chistochina and found myself dragging the straw my dogs had slept in down the trail. Whoops. That was going […]
Dog Sled Tours in Alaska
Join our Iditarod dog sled team in Seward Alaska for an iconic Alaskan adventure. We offer both summer & winter dog sled tours. We happily invite those visiting Alaska to go dog sledding with us. We offer dog sled tours year round. Come winter mushing with us or join us in the summer on Godwin Glacier or at our Kennel in Seward Alaska. Our dog sled tours are hands-on, highly informative, and all about the dogs!
The Iditarod Dog Sled Race
We are a professional racing kennel that focuses on the Iditarod, a 1,000 mile dog sled race. A dog sled team in the Iditarod is comprised of 16 dogs and one musher. Travis has competed in the 2013 & 2014 Iditarod finishing in 37th both races. We are gearing up for an exciting 2015 Iditarod in which both Travis and Sarah will be racing. We expect to Turn some Heads this year with our fantastic group of dogs!
Learn About Dog Sledding
Our passion is teaching people about dogsledding, the Iditarod, and our kennel — that’s why we run tours. However we know that not all those interested in the sport can make their way to us so learn about mushing by following our blog!
Our Sled Dogs
Our dogs are the heart and soul of what we do. We pride ourselves on having, fun, friendly, and highly energetic dogs. Whether it’s our little leading ladies Zema and Fidget or our big wheel dogs Weiser and Curly, these guys make every day a fun. Our dog care has been publicly recognized as the best in the sport by both the Tustumena 200 and the Copper Basin 300 races.