Our 2018 Iditarod Finish & Northern Lights Tour was a great success! Here, our group poses in front of the Burled Arch on Nome’s Front Street.
Viewing muskoxen in the wild was a real treat for our guests.
We were treated to some exceptional muskoxen sightings while in Nome.
Congratulations to Joar Leifseth Ulsom of Norway and his team of 10 dogs for arriving in first place under the Burled Arch in Nome to become the 2018 Iditarod Champion!
Our group was excited to see the northern lights dance in the sky above the Iditarod trail near Farley’s camp outside of Nome.
Aliy Zirkle of Two Rivers drives her team along the sea ice near Nome.
Aliy Zirkle howls under the Burled Arch in Nome with some of her youngest fans.
Katherine Keith of Kotzebue drives her team along the sea ice at sunset outside of Nome during the 2018 Iditarod.
Canadian musher Bradley Farquhar drives his team through snow drifts along Safety Sound near the Safety checkpoint during the 2018 Iditarod.
Wild Alaska Travel group photo at the Safety checkpoint.
It’s been an awesome week with a wonderful group, who enjoyed full immersion into the Iditarod and life along the Bering Sea Coast. Seeing the northern lights was a great bonus!
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