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There are three (3) mandatory stops during the race.

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Q: How many mandatory stops are there on the Iditarod trail?
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How many mandatory stops are there?

there are usually five or more

How many reststops are required during the iditarod?

Two mandatory rest 1 8hr and 1 24hr rest periods.

What was the Iditarod Trail used for on a day to day basis?

Most of the trail is too remote to be useful, but many different legs of the trail are routinely used for rural traffic. Some companies are taking advantage of the situation and offer sled rides in, either dog or snow machine. They very rarely offer the whole trail tour.

How many years has the iditarod?

The Iditarod from 2018 has run for 45 years

How many women are in the Iditarod this year?

There are exactly sixteen women in the Iditarod for 2012

How many miles did the Iditarod do?

the iditarod is said to be 1049 miles but somesay its 1131 miles

How many checkpoints are on this years Iditarod race?

There are 18 checkponts in the 2013 Iditarod race

How many women are racing in this years iditarod race?

There are exactly sixteen women in the Iditarod for 2012

How many veterans are signed up for 2011 iditarod race?

how many veterans signed up for the 2011 iditarod race

What is the Iditarod's nickname?

Iditarod is the nickname of the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race. It is also called the Last Great race on Earth. The race is held in Alaska every year since 1973. It was developed after the Iditarod Trail Seppala Memorial Race in honor of Leonhard Seppala was first held in 1967 failed to attract many entries. This early race was only 25 miles long and honored the man who helped deliver medication to the back country people of Alaska. The first of the modern races, in 1973, was not truly a memorial race, but was designed to show case the sport of dog sled racing. The press has always made the connection, but it is not a valid assumption.

How much would a fitness trail cost?

The cost of a fitness trail can range anywhere from nothing to many thousands of dollars. A trail created by volunteers is typically free or close to free. A trail that is done as a paid project and includes amenities such as rest stops, fitness points, and restrooms can cost $10,000 or more.

How many times had colleen robertia participated in the iditarod?

Colleen Robertia ran the Iditarod as a rookie in 2010. She placed 36th. In 2012 she completed the Iditarod in 21st place.