Yukon Quest

Weekday Mornings 7:30, 8:30and 9:30 plus Middays at 12:30, Weekend Mornings at 7:35 and 8:35
  • Hosted by Dan Bross, Molly Rettig
  • Local Host Dan Bross

The 34th Annual Yukon Quest International Sled Dog Race starts Saturday, February 4th in Whitehorse, Yukon. Mushers and their dog teams will head over mountains, through blowing snow, across frozen rivers and through frigid temperatures for 1000 miles. The race finishes on the Chena River in Downtown Fairbanks. You can follow along with KUAC. We’ll bring you tales from the trail and race updates.

02-09-17 KUAC Yukon Quest Morning Update

Feb 9, 2017
Molly Rettig / KUAC

02-09-17 AM Quest Update

02-08-17 KUAC Yukon Quest Noon Update

Feb 8, 2017
Whitney McLaren / Yukon Quest

02-08-17 12:30 PM Quest Update

02-08-17 KUAC Yukon Quest Morning Update

Feb 8, 2017
Molly Rettig / KUAC

02-08-17 AM Quest Update

02-07-17 KUAC Yukon Quest Noon Update

Feb 7, 2017
Yukon Quest / Yukon Quest

02-07-17 12:30 PM Quest Update

02-07-17 KUAC Yukon Quest Morning Update

Feb 7, 2017
Molly Rettig / KUAC

Julien Schroder / Yukon Quest

02-06-17 12:30 PM Quest update

02-06-17 AM Yukon Quest Update

Feb 6, 2017
Molly Rettig / KUAC

02-06-17 morning Quest update

Yukon Quest Underway

Feb 5, 2017
Molly Rettig / KUAC

02-05-17 Sunday Update:

Molly Rettig/KUAC

KUAC's Molly Rettig and Lori Neufeld talk over the phone about the 2017 Yukon Quest that gets underway in Whitehorse this morning. The air is filled with excitement and you can hear it in the yips, barks and howls from the dogs ready to head out on the 1000-mile Yukon Quest trail to finish in Fairbanks.

Open Water At Quest Halfway Point

Feb 2, 2017
Julien Schroder / Yukon Quest

Yukon Quest mushers and organizers are in final countdown mode in Whitehorse, Yukon ahead of Saturday's race start. As KUAC’s Molly Rettig reports, an unusual open lead on the Yukon River around Dawson City is complicating logistics at the midpoint of the race trail.


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