Iditarod Musher Dallas Seavey En Route To Safety, Nome

After completing the mandatory 8-hour layover in White Mountain, Dallas Seavey left the checkpoint at 6:10 p.m. Tuesday on his way to Safety – the final stopĀ before mushers cross theĀ Iditarod finish line in Nome.

As of 9:15 p.m. Tuesday, he is the only musher to leave White Mountain.

Dallas’ father, Mitch Seavey was the second to arrive in White Mountain, with Aaron Burmeister, Jessie Royer and Aliy Zirkle arriving later.

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