In the early 1900s the Iditarod trail was used to bring serum to Nome.
The Iditarod Trail was a trail used to transport goods that ran from Seward, passed through Iditarod, then ended in Nome. Iditarod was named after the Iditarod River. In the early 1900s, it saw a boom due to gold mining. After the gold was exhausted, the town became a ghost town.
to eat pie
deliver the mail & taxi service
The mushers have baskets that carry the gear on the Iditarod Trail. These baskets are used to let the dogs rest while on break.
There is a town on the iditarod trail named idtarod, so they named the trail after it i guess.
To get from one end of Alaska to another.
It's iditarodan important dogsled race run annually on the Iditarod TrailFamiliarity information: IDITAROD used as a noun is very rare.
Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race was created in 1973.
the iditarod trail is actually about 1049 miles this is because Alaska is over 1000 miles and it is the 49th state.The Iditarod Trail is 1,600 kilometers, or 994.194 miles in length. It is located in Alaska.
Alaska's Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race ends at Nome.
Dorothy Page is known as the "mother of the Iditarod trail sled dog race."
The Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race first ran to Nome in 1973, after two short races on part of the Iditarod Trail in 1967 and 1969.The first year the iditarod ran was in 1973. :)
no it is in the Northern Hemisphere
1,500 miles long
through the pacific ocean
It is the Iditarod.
The Iditarod is a dogsled race that takes place on the Iditarod Trail in Alaska. It starts in Anchorage, Alaska and it ends in Nome, Alaska.
There are two routes for the Iditarod Trail and both are 444 miles long.
The idea of having a race over the Iditarod Trail was conceived by the late Dorothy G. Page.
know one cares just get a life and study something else!!!!!!! People do care,fyi,and the iditarod trail was origanlly used to carry mail yo towns by sled-dogs before they made roads,im not sure if its still used for that 2 anymore.