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Iditarod National Historic Trail(s)

The Iditarod National Historic Trail represents the longest, most travelled gold rush trail(s) in Alaska. It is Alaska’s only national historic trail(s), and, although it crosses a wide variety of private, federal, state, and Native American Alaskan lands, it is administered as one large entity by the Bureau of Land Management(BLM). Segments of the trail(s) have served as important trade routes for Alaska’s native people for centuries. 1800 Russian fur traders later used Iditarod trail segments for building their large fur trading network. Existing sections of Iditarod National Historic Trail(s) were tied together after a series of gold strikes occurred near the towns of Nome, Flat, Ophir, and other settlements.


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Pony Express Trail Map
Juan Bautista Trail Map
Mormon Trail Map and Way Points
Lewis and Clark Trail Map
Oregon Trail Map and Way Points
Eastern Sierra Hiking Trails
Santa Cruz Island Sea Caves Trail
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