Iditarod Insider 2.0 offers a glimpse into the lives of Iditarod sled dogs and the people who engage with them every day of their lives.
They are lives full of energy, activity, and wellness. We visit with those that spend their summers on the glaciers, to others that spend their days near their wilds of Denali, and all stops in between. Insider 2.0 sets out to take you inside their lives, far from the trail and a look at a life of joy, camaraderie, and a level commitment that has few rivals.
Mille is no stranger to sled dogs. She has spent years of her life on the runners as part of expeditions all over the globe. But she brings her skills to the Iditarod for the first time in her career.
Mitch is one of the all-time greats in the sport of mushing. He is always first to credit his dogs and those who help him keep his kennel as one of the best in the world. And it really helps when you have a dog like Pilot!
He’s always in the mix and Nic Petit is unique to say the least. He lives for his dogs in a beautiful place.
He’s living a dream! Travis Beals grew up knowing that his life was going to be lived with dogs. His kennel and his potential are growing in unison in Seward Alaska where he operates a tour business and builds his Iditarod Team. Welcome to Turning Heads Kennel.
Quito was one of the greatest lead dogs in the races history. And for Aliy Zirkle the pain was real when we talked to her at home about her prized Quito. You’re outside of Fairbanks, Alaska.