The Seavey Family Tradition

Visit Iditarod Champion Mitch Seavey’s homestead, where four generations of the Seavey family raise, train, and race sled dogs. Meet their incredible dogs, cuddle adorable puppies, then watch as teams of fifteen world class athletes are hitched to your sled. You’ll see first hand the dogs’ power, enthusiasm, and training as you ride for two and a half miles through the beautiful Alaskan wilderness.

Whether you are mushing a dog team down Resurrection River Valley right to Exit Glacier or taking in the fascinating history and breathtaking beauty as your guide shows you the sights of Seward; Make sure you bring your camera! The scenery is incredible and the experience often delivers viewing of moose and eagles.

See first-hand the effects of the 1964 Earthquake and stand in awe of the mountain that is home to the second oldest foot race in the United States. After the ride, listen to your musher tell stories from the trail, try on the clothing used to stay warm at -40 and stand on the dogsled that won the Iditarod.

If dog sledding and glacier viewing is on your bucket list, Ididaride is a great way to start your Alaskan Adventure!
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Thank you Seavey’s Iditarod Racing Team and Ididaride Sled Dog Tours.