The 2014 race roster. Full!
A waiting list will be kept
Entries for the 2014 race will open April 1, 2013 for race veterans and April 8, 2013 for new racers.
Race to McGrath (350 mile)
Fees: US $1100.00 due at sign-up
Race To Nome (1000 mile)
Fees: US $ 1300.00 due at sign-up
Nome racers except for previous Nome finishers must post a $750.00 refundable bond which will be donated to Iditarod if the racer asks for help from Iditarod trail crews or check points
(except in life threatening situations or serious injury).
Entry fees are non-refundable and non-transferable.
All fees for evacuations off the course are the racer's responsibility.
$1100.00 entry fee for the 350 mile race will provide:
- Transportation from Anchorage to race start at Knik Lake
- Lodging and food at Winter Lake Lodge on Finger Lake CP 3
- Lodging and food at Puntilla Lake/Rainy Pass Lodge (middle of the Alaska Range) CP 4
- A tent camp and food in Rohn CP 5
- Lodging and food in Nikolai CP 6
- Lodging and food in McGrath at the finish line
- A food/supply drop of 10 pounds each at the checkpoints Finger Lake and Rohn
- Please keep
your drops small, we bring those to their location via small ski plane.
All survival gear, sleeping bags, clothing ect. must be carried from the
- finisher patch
There is no prize money in this race.
The first male and female in the bike, foot and ski division in the 350 mile and 1000 mile race will receive a free entry for the following year.
Flights from McGrath, Nome or evacuations from the course are at racer's
Flights back to Anchorage from McGrath with Pen Air cost around $200.00 ( price available at the counter in McGrath)
Credit card accepted at the airport in McGrath
Alaska Air from Nome with Alaska Airlines is about $ 300.00 one way fare.
CP1: Yentna Station ( mile 57) racers pay for meals and lodging
Skwentna Roadhouse ( mile 90) racers pay for meals and lodging
CP3: Winter Lake Lodge on Fingerlake ( mile 130) food and lodging provided
CP4: Rainy Pass Lodge on Puntilla Lake ( mile 165) food and lodging provided
CP5: Rohn ( mile 210) food and tent camp provided
Nikolai ( mile 300) food and lodging provided
McGrath ( mile 350) food and lodging provided
Drops (due on Saturday, February 15, 2014in Anchorage!)
Alaska European B&B
3107 Cottonwood Street
Anchorage, AK 99508 USA
Racers provide those and either drop them off in person a week before the race or send them by mail.
Many European racers and out of state racers mail them by post to us)
Remember to send them by air mail if you send them from Europe to make sure they arrive in time.
use bags not boxes)
Drops are for
expendables! ( food, batteries, fuel, chem. handwarmers,etc.)
Everything else (all survival gear)is to be carried from the start by the racer.
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