alpine-style

alpine-style

adj, adv
(Mountaineering) mountaineering of or in an ascent (esp in high mountains like the Himalayas) in which the climbers carry all their equipment with them in a single ascent from base to summit
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An Alpine-style village will form the centrepiece while a snowmobile track will weave its way through the simulated mountain landscape Other attractions will include bumper cars, a carousel, slides, snow scooters, an ice climbing wall, a snowball arena, a theatre, and an ice skating rink.
Perched on the edge of the hill, sitting on the terrace of an alpine-style restaurant enjoying the panoramic view in front of us, we could easily have been eating lunch in Switzerland - but we were in fact at the Heights of Abraham in the beautiful Peak District.
Now it'll be up to the village board to decide what to do with the Alpine-style building, which has stood for nearly 90 years.
Cornish Kern, an alpine-style cheese made by the UK's Lynher Dairies Cheese Company, has been crowned World Champion Cheese at the 30th annual World Cheese Awards, after just a few years in development.
Originally a small village pub next to the church, many Alpine-style extensions had been added, with a large balcony giving dramatic views over the surrounding hills.
At the Prospect restaurant, Alpine-style cuisine developed by the culinary team at Brooklyn's Esme uses produce sourced from the many farms around the Hudson Valley, and is served in a space lined floor-to-ceiling in blond pinewood that looks out on Hunter Mountain.
Uplands is known for the Wisconsin original Pleasant Ridge Reserve, an alpine-style cheese made in the summer months while the cows are on fresh pasture.
Visit the Alpine-style wooden chalets stalls and fill your stockings with festive foods and gifts as you watch the Christmas lights switch on.
Inside the main lodge, we were able to refuel in its Alpine-style restaurant with steaming bolognese and berry juice.
The landscape here is Swiss-like, with alpine-style forests lining the shore.
Close to the halfway point is the steep alpine-style climb on the infamous Bealach-na-Ba, the "Pass of the Cattle".