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About Seavey's IdidaRide Sled Dog Tours
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This excursion was a fun time to learn about Seward and the Iditaron. We visited the dog camp got to meet real life sled dogs and cuddle with puppies. Our guide Elyssa was the best, informative and very entertaining. We stopped for a good lunch...More
There was much more interaction between us and the staff and dogs than we expected. A great surprise! Kaiden was our guide and did an excellent job teaching us about the Iditarod, the dogs, equipment needed and the reality of racing. We were able to...More
We had an early reservation on a Thursday in September; we had made it a week in advance so we could fit it in before our Major Marine boat tour that started at 11:30. It was just the two of us on this rainy morning....More
Fifty-odd dogs outdoors in halved-50 gallon drums. Add an 800 lb sled plus 10 people and you get pulled around a dirt course. Training for the dogs but the human pleasure quotient is going to be highest among children and sled-dog racing fans. Those outside...More
What a way to spend the day in Seward, Alaska. We were picked up by Elyssa at the train depot in Seward to take us to their facilities. My wife and I at first thought it was cruel to have the dogs chained up to...More