The 100K Race is set up for those that are getting into the overnight events. With a 48 hour cut-off time, it allows you to race without the stress!
Iditasport® Classic race is set up for the winter adventurer with the skills and respect of extremely unforgiving cold environments. There are extreme shifts in the weather, elevation gain/loss, & your mental preparation is tested.
You will have 48 hours to complete the 100K & five days to complete Iditasport® Classic.
Start: Willow, Alaska (EagleQuest Lodge); located 1 1/2 hours north of Anchorage: mile 0
Rest Station–10 Mile Tent Camp: This will be manned the first 24 hours of the races.
Checkpoint #1 Scary Tree Tent Camp: 16 miles
Checkpoint #2 Yentna Station Lodge: 17 miles (TURNAROUND POINT FOR 100K RACE)
Rest Station–McDougall Alaskan Lodge: 17 miles. This will be a rest stop with food and lodging. This is not a checkpoint. You do not need to stop, they will be open all hours for us.
Checkpoint #3 Skwentna Roadhouse: 30 miles (from Yentna Station)
Rest Station–Shell Lake Lodge: 20 miles. This is not a checkpoint. You do not need to stop.
Checkpoint #4 Shell Hills Tent Camp: 2 miles from Shell Lake Lodge (HALFWAY POINT FOR CLASSIC–“Lollypop” course from here you loop back to the Iditarod Trail to Skwentna)
Checkpoint #5 Skwentna Roadhouse: 20 miles
Checkpoint #6 Yentna Station: 30 miles
Checkpoint #7 Scary Tree tent camp: 17 miles
Checkpoint #8 & FINISH: Willow, Alaska (EagleQuest Lodge): 16 miles