Iditarod National Historic Trail

Named a National Historic Trail by Congress on November 10, 1978, the Iditarod National Historic Trail consists of nearly 2,400 miles of winter trails between the communities of Seward and Nome.

It is one of 19 trails in America that have been named a National Historic Trail. Known for the infamous—longest, toughest—dog sled race that carries the same name, the Iditarod offers some of the best places to snowmobile in the state, though it’s recommended you tackle it in chunks rather than try to cover the entire 1,000-mile trail in one go.

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