Hiking is one of the best ways to discover what makes the Alaskan wilderness unique: fragrant forests, amazing wildlife, the sounds of nature, sublime mountain light, and a real sense of peace.
If you visit Alaska in November, December or January, you will experience a very short period of daylight providing a unique experience in the high northern hemisphere.
Dog sledding has been a popular sport in Alaska for generations. Iditarod mushers will take you on a dog sled ride, tell you stories from the world-famous race, and let you cuddle with sled dogs.
Huskies are very intelligent and will know the route better than you.
As with biking, let your body-weight do the turning. Travelling up to 20 mph is no mean feat.
Here, in Alaska, it is very cold. Get warm clothing. Take into the account that you will be travelling at speed through the very cold conditions.
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