haul road

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haul road

[′hȯl ‚rōd]
(mining engineering)
A road built to carry heavily loaded trucks at a good speed; the grade is limited and usually kept to less than 17% of climb.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Diamonique should finish in the frame in the 1539 Handicap and racing closes with the MKM Building Supplies Handicap and could see recent Killarney winner, Dalton Highway, notch up a double.
Dalton Highway (2.15) was a fair second on the Flat here on Monday and can go one better over timber.
Dalton Highway finished second with the Harry Fry-trained Litterale Ci third.
Mullins has taken Dermot Weld's crown as the King of Ballybrit and the Curragh trainer had to settle for second best again as his runner Dalton Highway came just behind the winner.
Our favourable location immediately adjacent to the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System pipeline and Dalton Highway has allowed our Alaskan team to plan an extremely rapid pilot production test timeline at our Alkaid discovery and Talitha appraisal program.
Meanwhile, the Dalton Highway in icy Alaska presents an entirely different kind of danger.
I had planned on roughing it a little, having made plans to travel in February to Fairbanks and then up the Dalton Highway to above the Arctic Circle to chase the elusive Northern Lights.
The notorious Dalton Highway in Northern Alaska is a 414-mile stretch of dirt road, with only three towns along the way and temperatures of -4C in the summer.
Motorbike enthusiast Gordon Stuart is going to be cycling the notorious Dalton Highway in Northern Alaska
I have taken most of my caribou here in Alaska in the Brooks Range--specifically by hunting off of the Dalton Highway, or the "Haul Road," as it is often called.