Definition of Iditarod trail
1. Noun. A trail that extends 1,100 miles from Anchorage over the Alaska Range to Nome.
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Literary usage of Iditarod trail
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1. Adventure Guide to the Alaska Highway by Ed Readicker-Henderson (2006)
"The iditarod trail starts in Seward and goes to Nome (the dogs run from outside Anchorage to Nome). Most of it is a winter-only trail, but the Crow Pass ..."
2. Adventure Guide to the Sierra Nevada by Wilbur H. Morrison (2000)
"... runs Husky Express, has been active in dogsled racing since 1972, having competed all over North America and worked as a handler on the iditarod trail. ..."
3. Alaska by Anne Hart (2000)
"But the highlight is, of course, the finish of the iditarod trail Dog Sled Race, which attracts worldwide media attention. This 1.100-mile (1.770-km) race ..."
4. Easy File Folder Reports by Yvonne Despard (2004)
"... Supreme Court Georgia O'Keeffe contemporary American artist Libby Riddles first woman to win 1000-mile iditarod trail Sled Dog Race first American woman ..."
5. Bulletin by Geological Survey (U.S.) (1917)
"Near station LXXXVIII near Georgetown-iditarod trail. ... One mile west of station LXXXVIII, Georgetown- iditarod trail. Ostrea sp. Inoceramus sp. ..."
6. Emil Von Behring: Infectious Disease, Immunology, Serum Therapy by Derek S. Linton (2005)
"Dissertation, 1996. Miller, Debbie S., and Jon van Zyle. The Great Serum Race: Blazing the iditarod trail. New York: Walker, 2002. ..."