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Alaskan Sled RideQuantity in Basket: None
Material: cold cast resin
Approx. Size: 6.5" tall x 10" long
This Santa is: sold out
Alaskans celebrate Christmas on December 25th, like the rest of America in the lower forty- eight states. In this state near the artic circle, Santa Claus visits villages by dog sled. Just like many Alaskans, his prized sled and Huskies are his trusty friends in this cold and snowy land. As Santa rides, he thinks about the famous Iditarod Sled Dog Race hosted by Alaska each year. The event begins in Anchorage and ends in Nome. Mushers cross 1,150 miles of the roughest, coldest, and most beautiful terrain Mother Nature has to offer. Just like the Iditarod competitors, Santa travels over the jagged mountain ranges, frozen rivers, desolate tundras, and miles of wind-swept coastline. He mushes not to win a race, but to deliver gifts and holiday wishes.