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Lincoln Ave., Steamboat Springs Not available Steamboat Springs There's no rest for the weary, at least not for Oak Creek musher Tom Thurston. Routt County's most prolific marathon musher is set to depart for the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race in
Few things beat skiing a snow-covered trail with your canine companion in tow, except perhaps when you're the one in tow. Skijoring, literally ski driving in Norwegian, is a sport in which a skier travels with the help of one or more dogs.
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perhaps 18 inches of it -- could make things messy when 31 pro teams leave the frozen lake Sunday afternoon for the start of the 2,000-mile race across Alaska. "The lake is flooding," Iron Dog executive director Kevin Kastner said Tuesday afternoon. "
Neff, 44 , erased a 42-minute gap between him and Moore on the final leg of the race to claim his first Quest victory in 12 attempts. Neff, who lives in Tok but has a homestead near Whitehorse at Annie Lake, said he benefitted from his knowledge of
Alaska (AP) — Musher Hugh Neff beat Allen Moore by just 26 seconds on Tuesday in one of the closest finishes ever in the 1,000-mile Yukon Quest International Sled Dog Race. Neff crossed the finish line in Whitehorse, Yukon, at 5:
AST Monday with 10 dogs, a light sled and a 42-minute lead over Hugh Neff of Tok. From Braeburn, it's a long, wet, winding trail to the finish line 100 miles away. Generally it's a 10- to 12-hour run, but it may take longer this year because warm
Sweetheart Ski, 4-7 p.m., Lidia Selkregg Chalet, Lidia Selkregg Lane. Grab your sweetie and your skis and enjoy a beautiful trip around Russian Jack Springs Park. This self-guided tour includes a scenic view of the Chugach Mountains and the park.
He had been missing since Wednesday, when he escaped from a dog truck. The blue-eyed 3-year-old had been spotted in the area over the weekend, but searchers say he resisted their attempts to lure him to safety using moose steak and fake German
Nancie Battaglia for The New York Times Winnie, center, a Siberian husky who raced in Massena, N.Y., this month, is also a show dog competing at Madison Square Garden this week...She morphs into psycho dog when she hits the line, Baskin-Wright said.