Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race
One of Tim Osmar's sled dogs peers out of its pen before the start of the race.
Four-time champ Jeff King mushes past the intimidating Ruby Bluff along the Yukon River.
All the racing has one of Silvia Willis's sled dogs tuckered out.
Mitch Seavey seems to know his way around the Alaskan woods just fine as he steers his team around Ophir, Alaska.
They're not Nike's but Ryan Redington's sled dog seems quite pleased with his booties.
A great race and a second-consecutive Iditarod title for Lance Mackey and his lead dog Larry deserve a hug. And maybe a kiss.
Canadian musher Karen Ramstead leads her team out of the Finger Lake, Alaska, checkpoint of the trail.
Veering in and out of trees, mountains, lakes, rivers, and towns are all part of the Iditarod trek.
Clint Warnke and his dogs pass the Kuskokwim River and the McGrath, Alaska checkpoint on March 5.
Building snowmen just wouldn't be in line with the spirit of the race.