Yukon Quest International, Ltd. (Alaska) is striving to overcome their current financial difficulties in preparation for the 2021 race season.
The Yukon Quest International Association (Canada) wants your input!
The YQ Alaska office is in need of your help. As we embark on this new chapter within the office we are working on creating sustainable sources of revenue for the race. In addition to continued support from our current and future sponsors, and our regularly scheduled fundraisers, we are reaching...
After a total of 16 years over two separate periods, Marti Steury has made the decision to step down from her role with the Yukon Quest 1,000 Mile International Sled Dog Race.
The Yukon Quest 1,000 Mile International Sled Dog Race is seeking applicants for both Alaska and Yukon Boards of Directors.
Draw # Ticket# Amount Name
1. 084 $400.00 Heidi Jenkins
25. 163 $100.00 Yukon & Dawson
50. 210 $...
Talk about going from one extreme climate to another! Harriet Preece was a volunteer at the Pelly Crossing checkpoint and hails from Queensland, NSW, Australia. Harriet didn’t ‘try’ Canada out, like many people do...she just jumped right in and here she is; in February; where it’s summer in her...
It could be because all of your preparation was done in the company of dogs alone. Or that the only sounds informing those untold hours were the whirring of gales through heavy-hung spruce boughs, the wind in its own crescendos & lulls. The rhythmic breathing of the dogs, their footfall when...
With the arrival of the last three mushers and the Finish & Awards Banquet, Day 15 brought the 37th running of the Yukon Quest 1,000 Mile International Sled Dog Race to a close.
One musher across the line today, with two in striking distance, and the final musher on her way as the 2020 Yukon Quest 1,000 Mile International Sled Dog Race winds to a close.