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  • We arrived in the charming former mining town, which is set among high, rounded, snow-dusted hills; a white-blue sun blazes down on energized crowds of tourists, filmmakers and huge gaggles of ecstatic young film students ranging from Japan to the American Midwest.

    Naomi Wolf: Revolution at Sundance

  • Jordan Manley for The Wall Street Journal On clear days you can look out from the lifts and take in mountain ridges bristling with snow-dusted fir trees, back-dropped by the craggy peaks and glaciers of Garibaldi Provincial Park.

    Making a Run at Whistler Blackcomb

  • On clear days you can look out from the lifts and take in a dramatic view — mountain ridges bristling with snow-dusted fir trees, back-dropped by the craggy peaks and glaciers of Garibaldi Provincial Park.

    The Best Skiing in North America

  • We move like an underwater runner from the dark and spiry pine forests of the base past the timberline to the snow-dusted, rocky outcroppings of the seven-thousand-foot shoulder.

    Richard Bangs: Here Be Dragons: Mt. Pilatus in Switzerland

  • Pristine snow-dusted mountains cradled glacier lakes, and storm-blasted pines branched black against the sky like burned coral.

    A new look at Bosnia Herzegovina

  • Her eyes moved, rolled in her head, following the flash of a silver blade on the air as Tresa lifted the sword high over her snow-dusted black hair.

    My Soul to Keep

  • The two-hour ride between the villages winds through verdant rhododendron-dotted meadows and past snow-dusted peaks.

    Riding the Rails in the Alps

  • An endless wash of Montana blue sky interrupted only by snow-dusted tips of ponderosa trees and white bark pines covering this remote mountain ridge.

    SILENT TRUTH

  • Frol unlatched the door, and out of the dark trooped a snow-dusted band of their neighbors, faces scarlet from cold and strong drink.

    La insistencia de Jürgen Fauth

  • Cara's red leather would have stood out like a beacon, were she not sheathed in wolf fur that made her melt into the background of snow-dusted brush.

    Men Don't Leave Me

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