Iditarod 40: The Trail. Willow to Yentna Station

March 5, 2012

Alaska, Daily Post, Iditarod 40

Iditarod 40: The Trail. Willow to Yentna Station       40 miles

The trail begins on Willow Lake, travels across frozen lakes and swamps before the trail winds through a birch forest before dropping onto the Big Susitna River via Corral Hill. Most of the trail is flat. Once the teams drop onto the Big Susitna River they travel via river to the Yentna Station Checkpoint, which is located on the Yentna River

Yentna Station Roadhouse — (YENT-na) — (YENT) Lat 61.46 N Long 150.41W — Population 8 .This checkpoint is at the home of the Dan & Jean Gabryzack family.

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