FAIRBANKS — Mushing routes along the Yukon River are choppy, and snow everywhere is a bit sparse. But organizers of the Yukon Quest say it’s too soon to worry about trail conditions with nearly three weeks remaining before the start of the 1,000-mile sled dog race.
A meeting to discuss trails on the Alaska side of the Quest trail was held Monday, with reports trickling in from numerous volunteers who monitor the portion of the trail between Fairbanks and the Canada border.
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