See for yourself the historical Seward-to-Nome Mail Trail, and learn what is has now become of today.

 

If you’re up to hiking or exploring the thousands of miles offered by the renowned Iditarod Trail, then a trip to Alaska would help you attain such goal.

This trail is open all year round, and it doesn’t exactly require you to discover it through hiking alone as you can opt for an easier and faster exploration via auto or rail. If you’re pursuing it by rail, you could follow the track from Seward to Knik.

Get a glimpse of the Iditarod Trail in LaceMine29.com’s video during his seven-day travel in this historical trail.
 

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