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Alaska wilderness safety briefing provides you with essential knowledge for outdoor activities on the Iditarod Trail.

Adopting the right attitude keeps everybody safe. Therefore we will cover the following topics:

  • General statistics on incidents.
  • Communication best practices before and during your trip.
  • Outdoor technologies at your disposal: ever dreamed to use a satellite phone, a portable solar panel, a professional GPS? We will also cover useful smartphone apps.
  • Animal threats: moose vs wolves vs bears vs… moskitos.
  • Wildlife protection: how to avoid fire and preserve life.
  • Weather threat: deep freezing cold, burning heat and everything in between.
  • Dangerous waters: big rivers, open water, green water, etc.
  • Laws and regulations overview. Who you gonna call? State troopers!

Big dangers come from big rivers. Alaskan popular wisdom.

Never go further where you can’t step back. South-african proverb.

Leave nothing but footprints, take nothing but pictures (and dead wood). International common sense.


Alaska wilderness safety briefing adapts to your needs. It usually lasts between 1 and 2 hours. Meanwhile safety information can be found here.

Want to go further and deep dive in alaskan bush life? Visit our partner Feral Forest Alaska for amazing outdoor substantial and survival experiences!

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