The Iditarod Housing committee understands that mushers would like to be met at the finish line by their family and friends, but we cannot accept the responsibility for finding housing for all individuals that may wish to greet you.
Nome is a small community with a limited number of beds available for visitors. As a result, Iditarod will attempt to secure housing for those mushers who request it, FOR THE MUSHER PLUS ONE OTHER PERSON. If other family and friends wish to come to Nome, they are responsible for making their own housing arrangements.
The Nome Visitors Center will be happy to supply names and numbers of local hotels and B&B's. (907) 443-553
If you answered YES, do you have a preference as to whom you would like to stay with?
If you answered NO, who have you made your housing arrangements with?
Please be aware that individuals who volunteer to house a musher, plus one other, may have specific criteria regarding their guests. Some of these may include restrictions regarding smoking or drinking in their home, as well as requesting that couples staying with them be married, as examples.
If you have any allergies or other special concerns regarding your host family, please indicate below.
Who is a person besides yourself, who can be contacted regarding Nome related concerns?
Nome Dog Lot Information
What type of kennels will you be sending to Nome?
YOU WILL BE CONTACTED IN JANUARY BY EMAIL TO CONFIRM THE INFORMATION ON THIS FORM.
CONTACT JENNIFER AMBROSE AT (907) 360-8574 OR IDITARODNOME@GMAIL.COM IF NEEDED.
Submit form on-line, fax to ITC Office at (907) 373-6998, email: firstname.lastname@example.org,
or mail to: Iditarod Trail Committee
2100 S. Knik-Goose Bay Rd.
Wasilla, AK, 99654