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Mush your own sled dog team of Alaskan Huskies through the Alaska, Yukon Wilderness.

 

RILEY STOVES are perfect for stove tents and for any other type of outdoor excursion that lasts for a few days or several weeks. We manufacture the world's best light-weight camp stoves which are flexible, compact, tough and sturdy. Riley stoves have become standard equipment in the camping and outfitting industry and are the most sought after light-weight stoves.

Each stove is designed for quality and flexibility in packing. Riley stoves vary in size from the smallest Flap Jack stove to the largest Trail Boss stove. Accessories such as hot water tanks, warming ovens, and warming shelves, including stove pipe and legs, fit inside of stoves for convenient transportation and storage. For the last 30 years, over 30,000 Riley stove owners have stayed warm and cooked hearty meals in camps all around the world.

Above pictured is a Riley Colt Stove...This excellent woodburning stove was just used on a historical 700 mile expedition using dog teams from Herschel Island in the Beaufort Sea to Eagle, Alaska located deep in the interior. The stove completed the journey all in one piece after enduring extreme environmental conditions. It cooked our food. It melted snow and ice in 5 gallon buckets for dog water. Most importantly it heated our tent for over 6 weeks.

http://www.rileycampstoves.com

Sierra Club Outings:

http://www.sierraclub.org/outings/national

 

Yukon Charley Rivers National Preserve

National Park Service

Encompassing 2.5 million acres of land along the Canadian border in east-central Alaska

http://www.nps.gov/yuch/planyourvisit/dog-mushing.htm

Yukon Quest Sled Dog Race

http://www.yukonquest.com

View 3 clips from the 2009 Herchal Island Expedition. These clips are from areas that are within our normal routes and might be something that you would like to experience. We customize our trips and routing to what you want to experience and the difficulty level that we feel is best suited to your abilities.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hhYc3yKS9P8&NR=1

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FVo6jWtr2Es&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sF5QChCgX2s&feature=related

March 2013 Dog Sledding Video by Mike and Katie Rabalais

http://www.vimeo.com/185789

Check out a neat video, "Twenty-four Feet Across the Yukon," that one of our clients, Court, has put together. His video covers so much of what happens while on tour with us.

http://www.vimeo.com/21423713 .

VIEW AN 8 MINUTE VIDEO: Sierra Club member Mickey Murch made this video in Feb 2007 while on a Sierra Club Tour with us. The clip is called Metabolic Transportation and is on vimeo. To watch the video, once the page pulls up, click on the arrow on the window.

http://www.vimeo.com/151967

View a video of some advanced mushing with direction from guide, Matt Emslie: Sometimes mushing can get difficult and exhilarating as this video of Louise directing her team and working her sled around a narrow ledge of ice on an exploratory trip into the headwaters of Eagle Creek. Once the site opens click on the arrow in thw window.

http://www.vimeo.com/185789

VIEW A YOUTUBE VIDEO OF A 2009 EXTREME TRIP!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JAqWKDkDJBI

 


 

"Special THANKS to Ariafonte Design Studio

for help and inspiration on our website."

Beautiful and artistic web site design - Ariafonte Design Studio http://www.ariafonte.com/

 

For years now we have specifically used gloves by Heatrac/Caiman. These gloves make our time outside in the winter weather to be more comfortable and warm. We do not go anywhere without several pairs of these gloves. You can view and purchase some of their styles at http://www.millerthermometer.com/gloves.htm

 

 

Experience the best shrimps in the world (2006 and 2009 Race Sponsor) http://www.crevettemataneshrimp.com/eng/ 


Sebastian Schnulle
Blue Kennels and Sky High Valley Ranches

http://www.bluekennels.de/
http://www.dogsleddingtheyukonquest.com/

 

Sled Dog Central, "Your on-line sled dog advertising & information source" at
http://www.sleddogcentral.com/

 

Muzzys Place Sleddog Tours: Rides, Daytrips,

Overnight and Multiday

Adventures in the Interior of Alaska

http://www.muzzysplace.net/

Snowtrekker Tents…great lightweight tents that are easy to pack into a dog sled and be used year round

http://www.snowtrekkertents.com//

 

Alaska Tent and Tarp…great tents for summer and winter camping

http://www.alaskatent.com//

 

 

AIE Alaska Icefield Expeditions Go Helicopter

Flightseeing and Dogsledding on a Glacier this

Summer!! http://www.akdogtour.com/index.htm

 

Dog Sled Rides http://wwwdogsledrides.com/alaska

Mushing Sled Dog Tour Directory

http://www.mushing.com/

 

Alaska Office of Econimic Development

http://www.dced.state.ak.us/

 

Dog Sled Tours in Alaska - Explore North

http://explorenorth.com/

Dog Sledding Trips - Travelers Digest

http://www.travelersdigest.com

Google Directory

http://www.google.com/

Everything Husky

http://www.everythinghusky.com/

dmoz Open Directory Project

http://www.dmoz.org/


CONTACT: For more information and/or questions e-mail us at bushalaskaex@gmail.com or bush_alaska_expeditions@hotmail.com or write us at:  Bush Alaska Expeditions, P O Box 161, Eagle, AK 99738.  No incoming phone calls due to the remote location but there is Internet access via satellite. Phone calls can be arranged via computer and satellite.   

 

 

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