We are working with local guides offering fat bike tours in the winter time between January and late March.
Race fans can also book lodge packages to fly out to the lodges along the trail to cheer on the racers on the Iditarod Trail.
Contact Kathi Merchant for more information of contact the lodges directly.
Popular areas for fat bike tours include Anchorage, Palmer, Knik Glacier, Willow and Big Lake Trails,in the Mat-Su Valley as well as the Historic Iditarod Trail.
A popular trip is riding from either Willow, Knik or Point MacKenzie up the Yentna River and stay at Yentna Station, Skwentna Roadhouse or Shell Lake Lodge for a 2-3 day weekend outing with a local guide.
Willow has a great trail system in the winter time too that is groomed regularly and well marked.
Guided tours are also available in the Fairbanks area with local Fairbanks guides. Fairbanks has a large network of trails in the surrounding area as well. The White Mountains near Fairbanks, home of the White Mountains 100 qualifier race are another spectacuilar place to ride, managed by the BLM.
Check out the information by these Convention and Visitor Bureaus:
Tours can be arranged from a one day trip to multi day trips based in different hotels or winter camping style.
Contact us and we will connect you with the right fat bike guide service for your Alaska fat bike adventure!