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149 viewsThe club's BR-160 is shown breaking the Goodchild Trail just north of the Pic River crossing.
(2 votes)
Groomer Repairs138 viewsPaul working hard on patching the track on the BR-160 near Wabikoba Creek on 22 December 2008. We managed to get the patch work done, get the very cold BR started and finished breaking trail to Dunc Lake.
(1 votes)
149 viewsNice silhouette of Marathon Sno-Kicker's Tucker Groomer on the 'D' Trail west of Marathon. Picture taken by Dan. Good shot!!
(1 votes)
141 viewsHere is a Ski-Doo being used at the British research station Halley Base in Antarctica.
(1 votes)
158 viewsA Trail Warden's job is never done! Here I am fixing a sign on the 'D' trail at the second rail way crossing west of Marathon. Picture by Fred.
(1 votes)
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.

(1 votes)
Don't ride through Bullrush's97 viewsSome places shouldn't be driven through
(1 votes)
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.

(1 votes)
140 viewsThis is one of the scenes you can see as you ride south on the D110A trail. This spot is about half way between Runnalls Lake and Goodchild Lake.
(1 votes)
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