Anchorage no registration chat

Thanks to Apula Design we have a new website that went online about a month ago.Iditarod Trail We will keep the old website live for a while before we will take it down.Racers continuing to Nome must call in from Ruby, Kaltag and Nome on even-numbered years, and from Shageluk, Kaltag and Nome on odd-numbered years. Pacers, friends or family, other than another racer traveling with a racer on the trail, is prohibited.

Anchorage no registration chat-34

· Respect private property, Entering property posted with “No Trespassing” signs is not permitted. · Drop bags are limited to ten (10) pounds for each of the drop points.

Drop bags delivered by race management to Finger Lake and Rohn (Wolfkill Slough [even years for Nome racers] and Iditarod [odd years for Nome racers]).

AIA and the Committee on the Environment (COTE) announce this year’s recipients of the COTE Top Ten Awards, the industry’s premier program celebrating great design and great performance.

Now in their 22nd year, the Awards highlight projects that meet COTE’s rigorous criteria for social, economic, and ecological value.

TIME LIMITS 4 days from start to Finger Lake CP 5 days from start to Puntilla CP 6 days from start to Rohn CP 10 days, 23 hours, 59 minutes, 59 seconds from start to Mc Grath 30 days, 23 hours, 50 minutes, 50 seconds from start to Nome Missing cut-off times at Finger Lake, Puntilla or Rohn will not result in disqualification, but the racer will be responsible for their own food and lodging.

PENALTIES Any racer violating any of these rules will be disqualified and will receive a DNF in the official results.

· Any deviation from these race rules, the spirit or philosophy of the race, or expected rules of fair play, as determined within the sole discretion of the race director, will be treated as a rule violation.

· Smiles, Thank-yous and tips are appreciated at all checkpoints.

Our singles community is massive, and you're only a couple of clicks away from finding a date.

November 18, 2013 We just finished a great guiding season with 106 days of guiding in Alaska and Southern Utah.

It is time to start thinking and planning for the big race.

Tags: , ,