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Digital Branch of the University of Alaska Fairbanks Oral History Program

Will Forsberg

Will Forsberg Will Forsberg was interviewed at his home on the Stampede Trail in Healy, AK. He and his wife, Linda, were preparing to leave with their dogs for their camp on the Kantishna River. This is where they stay in the fall until after freeze-up. Then they return to Healy and train dogs until spring when they begin freighting supplies for mountain climbers attempting northern routes on Denali. Because of a Park Service ban on motorized access, dog transportation is the primary way climbers using northern routes acquire their supplies.
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