Standing at 163 meters high, it’s no easy feat to clean snow from one of the largest cable stay suspension bridges in the world – the Port Mann Bridge in British Columbia.
Technicians of the Rope Access team climb up and attach chain collars to the 288 bridge cables.
The collars are then released and slide down the cables to clear off the accumulating snow. The workers have to detach the cables once they reach the bottom and re-attach it to the top.
See how they do it in the video posted by TReOPortMann: