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Sno-Kickers Photo Gallery - 'D' Trail West

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158 viewsThis picture is looking west on the D Trail. This picture isn't taken from the top of the hill - there is more hill going up behind you! And once you get to the bottom, you start going up again.
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149 viewsA short distance west of the Little Pic River. Camera is looking to the east. Highway 17 is to the immediate right.

Don't think we are travelling along the tree line of the highway corridor! If you were to look to the west (turn around 180 degrees), you would see a turn to the right (away from the highway) and the trail going up yet another hill.
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139 viewsA short distance west of the Little Pic River, here is a photo looking to the east.
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142 viewsYet another picture taken a short distance west of the Little Pic River, looking to the west. Lots of interesting terrain in this area.
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173 viewsThis photo is from the west side of the Little Pic River looking to the east.

About two thirds the way down the picture (at the bottom of the trail) is a sharp turn to the left. This is the base of the rock cliff in the picture showing highway bridge where the trail travels along the river in a northerly direction.

The Highway 17 bridge is a short distance to the right of this picture.
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172 viewsThis is the Highway 17 bridge over the Little Pic River. Don't confuse the Little Pic River with the Pic River, which is to the east of Marathon.

This photo was taken from the trail! The view is from the east side of the river looking towards the west.

The trail on the other side of the river follows the bottom of the rock cliffs on the right (north) side of the hignway bridge. The trail goes up the hill on the right (north) side of the highway bridge.
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Grooming West, Waiting for the Tucker166 viewsFeb. 05, 2006 - The BR-160 reached the top of the hill (Red Sucker Hill I beleive), and is waiting for the Tucker with the drag to catch up.
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Grooming West186 viewsFeb. 05, 2006 - Grooming west, between Mink Creek area and Neys area. BR-160 is breaking the trail and filling in creeks and other holes in the trail and the Tucker is making the first pass of grooming the trail.
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Welcome To Marathon Sno-Kickers Trail System130 viewsNew trail signage at the west end of Marathon's Trail system, greeting riders as they ride east on the 'D' Trail after crossing Dead Horse Road.
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2009 January - Stick in BR160's Rad93 viewsRadiator on the right. Broken fan on the top left. You can see the stick (1.25" Tag Alder) in the lower left corner of the radiator.
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2009 January - BR160 Fan No More87 viewsTag Alder made a hole in the radiator and destroyed the cooling fan. Picture of the fan after the radiator was removed. Was only -22C out there!
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2009 January - Whish you were here?96 viewsPaul didn't break the radiator, but was a champ in helping to remove it.
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