Alaska is often referred to as the last frontier. For generations, people have been challenged themselves in its vast and varied lands. Natural Extremes brings these challenges to you!!
Yukon Quest Champion and Iditarod Musher Aliy Zirkle and Quest and Iditarod Musher Allen Moore share their knowledge and love of the Arctic on these unique adventures. Whether you are interested in a workshop on dog mushing, a trip on old gold trails near Nome on the Seward Penensula or a trip to the unequalled beauty of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, you will be challenged to see the world in a different way.

SP Kennel is proud to announce its 2012 Natural Extremes Adventures. We are returning to the North Slope of Alaska and the highly debated ANWR - Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.

The Refuge, always a hot topic in Washington D.C., is a "No Snow Mobile Area", including breaking trail in support of mushing trips. This means NO noise except the pattering of dog feet. This also means that this trip will be a true adventure. Therefore, each of these trips are limiting to 3 adventurers.

Few places in the world are as untouched as the areas we will visit during this mushing trip!

Go to Trips for more information.

The workshops are designed to teach how to overcome obstacles to reach your goals, what ever they may be, and to enjoy the outdoors with great companions and partners, Alaska Husky Sled Dogs.

Mushing in ANWR

2012 TRIPS
Trip #1 3/25 - 4/1/12
Trip #2 3/31 - 4/7/12

Aliy near the Continental Divide.
Setting up for the Night
Rooms with a View
Visit Aliy, Allen and the Dogs of SP Kennel