Wednesday, March 19th, 2014
Iditarod Dog Mushing Experience In Nome

Iditarod Finish Tour Dog Mushing with Wild Alaska Travel - (c) Laurent Dick - Wild Alaska Travel                   The Iditarod Finish Tour was a great success. Before the Finish Banquet my guests went mushing outside of Nome. Mushers and dogs had a blast!

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Monday, March 17th, 2014
Iditarod Finish Tour in Nome

Safety Roadhouse Iditarod Finish Tour with Wild Alaska Travel - Photo (c) Laurent Dick - Wild Alaska TravelWhat an amazing time we had during the 2014 Iditarod Finish Tour. Here, I snowmachined with my guests to the Safety checkpoint, the last checkpoint along the Iditarod Trail.

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Tuesday, March 11th, 2014
Norton Sound Sea Ice

Bering Sea Norton Sound - Photo (c) Laurent Dick - Wild Alaska Travel That’s how barren Norton Sound looks like outside of Nome. I have never seen it so wind scoured at this time of the year. The windchill is driving the temperatures into the 20 below range. Needess to say that the conditions for the Iditarod mushers are very, very tough.

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Wednesday, December 25th, 2013
Season's Greetings

Seasons Greetings from Wild Alaska Travel - Photo (c) Laurent Dick - Wild Alaska Travel

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Saturday, November 30th, 2013
The #1 Winter Event In Alaska: The Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race

Iditarod Finish and Northern Lights Tour with Wild Alaska Travel

As Alaska Magazine pointed out in one of their recent editions, thousands of people will see the Iditarod teams off in Anchorage and at the restart in Willow, but the “real party is at the finish line as the teams pass under the burled arch on Nome’s Front Street.” You could be part of it.Join Wild Alaska Travel’s 2014 Iditarod Finish & Northern Lights Tour in Nome. It definitely is a trip of a lifetime!

Alaska Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race Tours and Travel

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Friday, November 8th, 2013
Best Muskoxen Viewing In Alaska

Best Muskxoen Viewing In Alaska with Alaska Travel - Photo (c) Laurent Dick - Wild Alaska Travel

One of the many highlights of our 2014 Iditarod Finish & Northern Lights Tour: Seeing and photographing muskoxen in the wild. Nome is one of the best places in Alaska to view them.

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Saturday, November 2nd, 2013
Alaska Polar Bear Cub And Mother Playing

Polar Bear Cub and Sow Playing in Arctic Alaska - Photo (c) Laurent Dick - Wild Alaska TravelSome of the most precious moments watching polar bears in Arctic Alaska this past fall was observing the playful interactions among cubs or cubs and their mothers. If seeing polar bears in the wild is on your bucketlist, please take a look at our 2014 Alaska Polar Bear & Northern Lights tours. It truly is a once in a lifetime experience!

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Wednesday, October 30th, 2013
Experience The 2014 Iditarod Finish And Northern Lights Tour In Nome

There are still a few spaces available on this unique and exclusive Iditarod Tour and Travel Package to the Iditarod Sled Dog Race Finish in Nome. Experience the Iditarod Finish, fly to the Elim checkpoint, ride a snowmachine to the Safety checkpoint, see muskoxen in the wild, go dog mushing, watch the Northern Lights, play golf on the Bering Sea, and much more. If the Iditarod is on your bucketlist, join us for a trip of a lifetime.  For more information, please visit www.wildalaskatravel.com.

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Tuesday, September 24th, 2013
Ice Road Truckers On Dalton Highway

Dalton Highway Ice Road Truckers - Photo (c) Laurent Dick - Wild Alaska TravelSnow covers again much of the Dalton Highway, making travel along the epic 414-mile road from Interior Alaska to the Arctic Ocean even more challenging for truckers and other motorists.

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Saturday, May 4th, 2013
Kigluaik Mountains Climbing Accident

Kigluaik Mountains Nome climbing Ian McRae - Photo (c) Laurent Dick - Wild Alaska TravelThinking about fellow mountain climber Andy Sterns, who got seriously injured recently during a climbing accident on Mt. Osborn in the Kigluaik Mountains near Nome. His climbing partner, Ian McRae pictured here during one of our climbs in the Kigluaiks, was able to lower Andy down the mountain and keep him alive through the night until Search and Rescue Personnel from Nome arrived the next day. After being in critical condition at Alaska Regional Hospital, Andy was moved a couple of days ago to St. Elias Speciality Hospital. Keep climbing, Andy, and see you at the summit! You can read details about the accident on Ian’s Blog http://kigsblog-allapa.blogspot.com/

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