To visualize yourself behind a team of spirited sled dogs mushing along blue-tinted, snowy ridges with silent, shrouded mountains in the background pulls at the heartstrings of every romantic outdoors person. With ten-time Iditarod Race finisher and mushing guide, Jessie Royer, you will receive complete instruction and experience firsthand the growing excitement and enthusiasm of the dogs before the ride even begins. With Jessie's expertise, learn how to harness and hitch your team of dogs to a sled, proper stop and go procedures and how to maneuver your sled as if you were actually partaking in the Iditarod Race itself. MUSH JESSIE OFF TO THE ALASKAN IDITAROD RACE 2013!For two Weeks, January 5-20, 2013 Dog Sledding is FREE for Triple Creek Ranch Guests.Jessie Royer, 10-time Iditarod Sled Dog Race finisher, will train and select her sled dog team at Triple Creek Ranch with the help of our guests. Jessie will lead the way on training runs with up to 5 sleds and 40 dogs running in tandem. At that stage of training, Royer's dogs will run an average of 30 to 40 miles daily. During Royer's sendoff event, beginning January 5th and continuing through the 20th, every guest who mushes their own team on a half day excursion, Triple Creek Ranch will contribute $300 to Jessie Royer's Iditarod J-Team. Then, on January 21st, Royer and her team head to Alaska for final training and the March 2nd race start.Learn more about Jessie Royer and her 1200 mile race from Anchorage to Nome by visiting the J-TEAM WEBSITERates: $325* per person or $425 for tandem riders. *No Driving is required if you choose to ride in Jessie's sled. Cabin rates starting at $950* per couple, per night. Our all inclusive fees, include your luxurious accommodations, snacks, breakfast, lunch, gourmet dinners, house wines and house spirits and all featured on-ranch activities.*Subject To Change
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