snow cave


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snow cave

n
(Mountaineering) mountaineering another name for snow hole
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It has no less than four swimming FINCA CORTESIN COSTA DEL SOL pools, a snow cave (the only one in Spain, apparently), a gym, tennis courts, and a championship golf course.
VIEW POINT Gondolas above Alta Badia (left), al fresco dining (above right),-- Santa Croce snow cave (right)
Could nothing really have been done to get Mackiewicz who has previously spent several days in a snow cave at an altitude of 6,600m on the mountain?
There is also access to the spa facilities, including the indoor, outdoor and hydro pools and the thermal zone with a sauna, steam room, snow cave and the intriguingly named experience shower.
They huddled together for warmth in a hollowed-out snow cave of sorts, and gradually their focus became one of sheer survival.
WEDNESDAY STV 8PM Country wise Secret Wild Places Ben Fogle heads to the Cairngorm to build a snow cave and stay overnight on the mountain.
"Already waiting in the wings for the next act of this grim charade are the compulsory fingerprint takers and after this, who knows what will happen?" Cardiff man who died in Antarctic was trying to save companion A YOUNG Cardiff man died in the Antarctic as he tried to guide his companion back to their snow cave through a raging blizzard.
UNLESS YOU LIVE in a snow cave in Alberta, you are already aware that waterfowl seasons were set four months earlier this year, a great thing for hunters as we plan for fall ...
We only had a short way to go to reach the shelter of our large and well-stocked snow cave. But as we rounded a corner into a bank of cloud we were suddenly hit by one of South Georgia's notorious williwaws--the vicious katabatic gusts that hurtle randomly down from ridge crests, in any direction.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska, Rajab 06, 1437, April 13, 2016, SPA -- Rescuers on Tuesday picked up two skiers stranded on an Alaska glacier for four days, and the experienced outdoor enthusiasts were in good condition after braving fierce winds and snow by digging a snow cave for shelter, according to AP.
They built a "snow cave" to shelter in but soon found themselves struggling as temperatures dropped to -20C.
Russ Gubele with Mountain Wave Search and Rescue says the hiker had built a snow cave for shelter overnight.