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The lodge sits 6,000 feet above sea level, atop a granite outcrop and amid a 35-square-mile snowfield amphitheater, offering knockout views of the peak of Denali—North America’s highest mountain—only ten miles to the northwest.
The winged insects live along streams fed by melting glaciers and snowfields.
But he was rarely hurt seriously, a testament perhaps to fine judgments: How to cross a snowfield that might conceal a crevasse?
As the boys cut across the snowfield, a massive amount of increasingly unstable snow lay above them.
Today, the pass draws history and railroad buffs, as well as off-road users and skiers who flock to the perennial snowfield atop Mount Epworth, home of the storied Epworth Cup ski race, which stages its 52nd annual contest next month.
Hikers on the Pacific Crest Trail must cross miles of deep snowfields that should have melted a month ago, some of them scrambling for their lives in the icy water of raging mountain streams.
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: a large flat area of fallen snow
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