- n. Plural form of snowfield.
“A group of three snowboarders, plus a fourth one who was on his own, went out of bounds late Sunday afternoon in an area known as the snowfields, a large section of ungroomed expert terrain on the backside of the mountain.”
“Q: Dear Travel Section - My three-year-old grandson and I are planning an expedition to the glaciers, fjords and snowfields covered in Blade-Gazette travel features over the past decade.”
“After another hour of rigorous scrambling, we strapped on metal crampon spikes for the steepest part -- the summit block and its treacherous snowfields.”
“I would imagine that the trout fishing is good even in the warmer months because of the melting snowfields and cold spings that feed it.”
“The important thing is careful, rational planning, professionalism untainted by sentimental attachments to snowfields and icebergs and polar tribes who never pay taxes.”
“He gave up on the actual Arctic a long time ago, abandoned old childhood dreams of mushing across snowfields en route to the Pole, charging north into the wind on a mammoth icebreaker.”
“Some will be in deserts, some on snowfields, some wading out into warm lagoons -- anyplace with a good background.”
“It used to be pure white and the two snowfields were joined as one.”
“They were all Northern Hemisphere animals of prey arranged on a barren slab that resembled the unforgiving snowfields of winter.”
“I remember those mountains," Keris said without enthusiasm, scorning the tiny swaths of shady snowfields as compared to the majesty, the vast perfection of his glacier.”
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