The main race event of 300 miles, the mushers leave Bethel, Alaska Friday evening enroute to Aniak, Alaska. The mushers stop in Tuluksak, Kalskag and Aniak before racing back down the Kuskokwim to the finish line in Bethel, Alaska. Finishers are expected Sunday.
A 150 mile race, mushers leave Bethel, Alaska Friday evening and run their teams up through Tuluksak into the Bogus Creek checkpoint. Finishers can be expected Saturday morning into the early evening.
Starting in a mass start Saturday afternoon, mushers race up the the village of Akiak, Alaska. After a mandatory 1 hour layover racers turn around and run back down the river to Bethel, Alaska. Finishers are expected Saturday evening.
The K300 is committed to creating a strong mushing community in Western Alaska. Local races are: The Holiday Classic, The Campout Race, February 50, Junior Classic and the 100 Mile Challenge. Race dates will be announced soon, and are subject to change due to weather.