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Capturing the Iditarod – Behind the Scenes | Life Below Zero

Capturing the Iditarod - Behind the Scenes | Life Below Zero



An intrepid film crew travels ten days and a thousand miles, across frozen tundra and cruel terrain, in order to capture the last great race, the Iditarod.
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25 comments

  1. What are your thoughts on the preparation required to capture the Iditarod?

  2. Interview the real warriors! The Dogs!

  3. What about the life of people living in northern MN 😂😂

  4. so cool (no pun intended)

  5. Thanks for the gruesome effort yall put to film it in such remote places and hard conditions, nonetheless i hope there wasnt any dog casualties.

  6. These dogs are excited to pull. They don't cower in fear of it. It's more cruel not to let dogs do what they were born to do. Like putting birds in a cage would be. Mush Boys Mush! Yep Yep!

  7. Now that it has came out that some of their animals have died in this race, maybe you shouldnt promote it.

  8. I am lovin in this adventure

  9. Cool last I heard jessie was in 1st place

  10. This was not an ideal race for Jessie. I was and I still am happy for his decisions to look after his dogs and not push them. I'm sure his dogs could have made a top 5 place if he had but he cares about them. He sacrificed prestige for the personal pride of looking out for his team. I fully respect him as a muster for this and his outward perspective on the entire lifestyle.

    I also thank everyone involved in capturing the experience and I can't wait to watch these particular episodes.

    I was so happy to see him arrive in Nome with Lance Mackey. An iditarod legend. It was an incredible moment for me, I can't imagine how Jessie and the crew felt.

  11. Did Jesse know you were filming him throughout the race? Do you, think he knew you guys were in the Blowhole behind that window?

  12. This is for SPORT? Ok

  13. But why idiotic background music?

  14. I love how they act like they’re running and not the dogs that they’re torturing. Just asinine.

  15. Subscribed my chsnnel plz guys 🙏🏻

  16. We should go through such tough experiences every now and then. They make us stronger and most importantly, they make us feel alive!

  17. Thanks for sharing this fantastic video message from Anchorage. We lived up there, and enjoyed this.

  18. Freaky! Just yesterday I went on an Iditarod YouTube marathon and now this! Great timing.

  19. You may be along the Iditarod Trail but you're not running I did or not it's run with dogs not snowmobiles

  20. Just trying to beat Cypress Hill

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