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tracked vehicle for travel on snow having skis in front

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9 million in funding over a five-year period to work on safer, smarter transportation solutions for communities in which dog sleds, ATVs, and snowmachines are common modes of transportation.
Further, the NPS argues that motorized use of the area prior to ANILCA also was illegal: "Recreational use of snowmachines in the former Mount McKinley National Park was neither customary or [sic] traditional, and was, in fact prohibited by regulation.
After days of combing the snowy wilderness aboard snowmachines, rescuers finally found Bostian and his dogs & all healthy and safe & on Feb.
The final example concerns the use of snowmachines in the core two
Although slower than snowmachines, the dogs are less likely to break down, are quieter, more versatile, better company, and they do not bog down in overflow.
In addition to the fuel needed for the city power plant, two commercial vendors truck in fuel the residents use for their vehicles, boats, snowmachines, and Toyo stoves.
Notice of Invitation to Bid" SNOWMACHINES If you are interested in submitting a bid, please go to the following web site: www.
My family may be used to snowmachines more so than motorcycles (though you couldn't tell it with Todd driving a hog today with Piper on the back and with Bristol riding on the back of another bike).
In town, people get around on all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) or snowmachines.
A study of moose reactions to snowmobile traffic in the Greys River Valley in Wyoming showed that moose bedding within 300 m and feeding within 150 m of passing snowmachines altered their behavior in response to disturbance (Colescott and Gillingham 1998).
ASSA alleged that the temporary closure violated Section 1110(a) of the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act ("ANILCA"), which allows access by snowmachines and other forms of transportation to otherwise restricted-access areas of conservation system units, including Denali, for "traditional activities .
It is the agenda of some who want no snowmachines (and no cars) in Yellowstone.
Additionally, subsistence practices have undergone dramatic transformations due to a reliance on modern technology (such as motorboats, snowmachines, and rifles).
More than 95 per cent of public lands in southcentral Alaska are open to snowmachines.
There were no snowmachines and more dogs than people.