A Documentary video about the Open North American Championship Sled Dog Race in Fairbanks Alaska. Put on by the Alaska Dog Mushers Association. The oldest Sled Dog Race in Alaska, started in 1935. This Alaska Video Production is an over-view of the race that gives information about the race and follows the course of the race from beginning to the end. The race is held in March each year and is Fairbanks Alaska's biggest event of the year with many other events occurring at the same time. It is one of the best times to visit Alaska.



A Documentary video about the 1935 beginning of the Fairbanks Ice Carnival that has today evolved into the Annual World's Ice Sculpting Championship Event. The video begins with historical film footage and photos of the first events. It concludes with video footage and photos of the event today.

All components of these video productions are by Ben Boyd. The videos were produced for Doyon Tourism to provide information about Alaska Events to tourist staying at Kantishna Roadhouse in Denali National Park and Preserve. Doyon Tourism owns three operations in Denali: Kantishna Roadhouse, Kantishna Wilderness Trails and Denali River Cabins. For more informations visit:


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