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2015 Arctic Man Ski and Sno-Go Classic

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According to founder Howard Thies, Arctic Man campgrounds in the Hoodoo Mountains at Summit Lake becomes the third largest city in Alaska overnight. The event has grown in the past thirty years from one hundred attendees to approximately 15,000. The grounds are overrun by RVs, snow machines, and bonfires. And, from the looks of things, parties.

Read the full article on Alaska Dispatch News

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