Iditarod Trail being so far away from the nearest city many people like to hike here to be close to nature. A visit to Alaska is not complete without some hiking. Summertime highs at Iditarod Trail mostly tend to be in the 60's. When the night sets in temperatures sink down into the 50's. During the wintertime the highs are frequently in the 20's; nighttime lows in the 0's for Iditarod Trail. Not much rain falls here at Iditarod Trail. September is when you get the most rain here, and April is the month with the least moisture.