Definition of ridgetop
: the crest of a ridge
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Residents on Viewside Lane got word to evacuate immediately as flames topped ridgetops directly above their homes.
At the top, the trail crosses a dirt road and then peters off into a ridgetop meadow of scrabbly rock, cactuses and brilliant wildflowers (namely bright yellow arrowleaf balsamroot and amber mountain lupine, from April into late May).
To help feed their three young children, Molly and Scott Moffat backpacked 120 pounds of food, bought at Costco by a family member, to their isolated ridgetop home.
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