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ASDRA’s “Spirit of Rondy” Virtual Race 2021 Facebook 

Susan Wagnon Fun Run Slides

ASDRA’s Trail Commitment

The Alaskan Sled Dog & Racing Association, having been present in the area now called Far North Bicentennial Park since 1949, has also had an active interest in the stewardship of the park and all of its users since the inception of the Bicentennial User Group in the 80’s.  As original members of this User Group,


In 1949 the Alaskan Sled Dog and Racing Association (ASDRA) was formed to promote and preserve the great Alaskan tradition of dog mushing.

250.furrondyoldASDRA’s committed volunteers have developed and maintained the dedicated sled dog trails in Far North Bicentennial Park and the Campbell Tract for 70 years.

The non-profit club
puts on internationally recognized races from January 1 through the Anchorage Fur Rendezvous in February of each year. Race fees and trail fees are used to maintain the club trailhead facilities and groom the trails in Far North Bicentennial Park. The 20 miles of trail known as Tozier Track begins and ends at a 10-acre trailhead site owned by ASDRA.

A strong junior mushing program provides education and winter recreation for mushers from 4 to 17 years. Members sponsor events sharing their sport with the community and tourists.