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Northern Lights Viewing including Dinner and Dog Sledding. View more tours & activities at: www.

Glacier Point, Alaska

Glacier Point, Alaska

Grizzly Falls Ziplining Expedition, Skagway, Alaska    www.facebook.com/ImOnABoatTravel

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Skagway Grizzly Falls Ziplining Adventure

The Ziplining Adventure is one of the best Skagway tours with good reason.

Ever wondered what it's like to fly above glacially-fed waterfalls? Zipline expedition!

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▶ Grizzly Falls Ziplining Expedition - Skagway, Alaska

▶ Grizzly Falls Ziplining Expedition - Skagway, Alaska

Ziplining in #Skagway, #Alaska

Ziplining in Skagway, Alaska

scorpion zip!!

scorpion zip!!

scorpion zip!!

scorpion zip!!

#teamredington Northern Lights 300!!

#teamredington Northern Lights 300!!

Leonhard Seppala with Togo, ca. 1920-25 - Seppala was a Norwegian musher and Togo was one of his most treasured dogs. Originally not destined to be a sled dog at all, Togo would escape his kennel to follow Seppala's runs, until Seppala had no choice but to put Togo in a harness. Once there, Togo proved his worth and became lead dog. In 1925, Togo successfully led Seppala's team across dangerous Norton Sound to relay antitoxin to the city of Nome, AK in hopes of preventing an diphtheria…

Alaskan musher Leonhard Seppala and his lead dog, Togo. They participated in the Race of Mercy in which they delivered diphtheria serum to the residents of Nome in

Balto was the lead sled dog on the last leg of a famous, life-saving medical delivery to Nome, Alaska, in 1925. There was a serious outbreak of diphtheria in the city, and medical officials needed antitoxins to prevent the upper respiratory tract infection from spreading. The nearest doses were in Anchorage. Officials were forced to rely on dogsleds to deliver the antitoxins because the extreme cold made other modes of transport impossible. The run took seven days.

Balto was the lead sled dog on the last leg of a famous, life-saving medical delivery to Nome, Alaska, in There was a serious outbreak of diphtheria in the city.The run took seven days.

@BucketListTravel  Canoe to, explore and walk on a majestic glacier? #winning

Cruise Tour Excursions in at the Davidson Glacier in Skagway Please contact me and book your next