The leaders rest in Dawson, as the race heads into Canada.
Brent Sass was the first to arrive Wednesday afternoon, and if he finishes the race, will get four ounces of Klondike Placer gold from the Fellers family in Dawson. He's eligible to leave just after midnight tonight. Two-time champion Allen Moore arrived second, and Hugh Neff sits in third,
Andrew Pace, Yuka Honda, Mike Ellis, and Dave Dalton have all left Clinton Creek, and are ascending the Top of the World Highway Summit, which is over three-thousand feet.
Mendenhall's Luc Tweddel was on the Canada-U.S. border early Thursday morning, with Whitehorse's Rob Cooke about seven miles behind him.
Rookie Laura Neese from Michigan, is about seven miles behind Cooke.
Tony Angelo was also tackling the summit in the early morning hours.
Ontario's Hank DeBruin is in the Red Lantern position as he rests in Eagle.
Still only one musher has scratched from the race, that was J Jay Levy on Sunday afternoon. A number of teams are reporting a stomach bug is going through their dogs, but they're taking extra care, shaking it off, and pushing forward in the race.