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Modular bridge improves popular snowmobile route spanning the Odelll River

Acrow Bridge, a leading international bridge engineering and supply company, recently designed and supplied a modular steel bridge for a vital crossing point on a popular section of New Brunswick’s recreational trail network near the Village of Plaster Rock. Located at the northern end of the Appalachian Mountain Range, the region is a year-round destination for outdoor activities. With more than 8,000 kilometers of groomed trails across the province, snowmobiling is a vital part of the region’s economy.

With some of the most scenic and beautiful trails in Wisconsin, this snowmobile club has 85 funded and 26 unfunded snowmobile trails spanning 100 miles

By Lisa Kopochinski

 

A trip to the Badger State in the winter would not be complete without a visit to the Chute Pond Snowmobile Club (CPSC) in Mountain, Wis., a small town in Oconto County – an hour-and-a-half drive north of Madison.

These strong and versatile poles require no curing time and cost less than concrete

By Philip Gotthelf

 

Installing or building anything on the side of a mountain presents challenges. Depending upon substructures like rock shelf, sand and soil, these challenges can be daunting. While costs are constantly rising, sometimes new technologies present solutions that improve quality and reduce expenses. The latest example comes from the series of significant storms that destroyed light and telephone poles in Puerto Rico, Texas, Louisiana, and other locations.

Atlastrax releases a solar-powered tracker for snow groomers

Submitted by Carolyn Stash, Atlastrax USA Corp.

 

Atlastrax Communications Worldwide, a leader in satellite GPS tracking hardware and software, has over 22 years of experience in the field of asset-tracking and management. The company specializes in helping to increase productivity and safety in the snow grooming industry.

Star Lifts’ measured approach spurs success

By Jim Timlick

 

When Star Lifts USA entered the North American ski lift and supplies market 20 years ago, there was one point its management team immediately agreed on: it’s goal couldn’t be simply to move product.

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