Traducción de snowfield en Español:

snowfield

campo de nieve, n.

Pronunciación /ˈsnəʊfiːld//ˈsnoʊˌfild/

nombre

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    campo de nieve masculino
    • After a quarter mile, we turn off into a steep hillside broken by blocky outcrops of granite interspersed with snowfields and patches of green.
    • They had to cross the mountains, glaciers and snowfields to reach the whaling station on the other side.
    • I stood and slowly turned 360 degrees, taking a long look at river, woods, meadow, valley, sea, mountains, snowfields, and glaciers.
    • From under the granular crust of a subalpine snowfield sprang forth life as tender and fresh as a butterfly's newly unfolded wings.
    • Glaciers and snowfields are essential stores of water - which keep rivers running and fields irrigated through the long, dry summer.
    • Kyrgyzstan is a mountainous country with many snowfields, glaciers, and deep lakes.
    • Then sunlight breaks through, catching the tops of the snowfields on the mountains and lighting up rows of orange poplars.
    • You'll encounter a challenging mix of steep ascents and descents punctuated with alpine streams, snowfields and lush meadows.
    • Fighting fierce winds, he traverses the high ridge above Rendezvous Bowl - one of the vast, steep snowfields at the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, in Wyoming - hauling a backpack loaded with explosives.
    • A vast snowfield, feeding many glaciers, lay at our feet, rock-peaks and snow-covered mountains were ranged around it, whilst, far away to the westward we could just see through the haze of the valley of the Columbia River.
    • The bright light, high ultraviolet radiation, and cool temperatures of the snowfields where many species of snow algae are found would destroy a houseplant, according to Williams.
    • We'll take just our day packs up these ridges during our seven-day circuit of the mountain, when lingering snowfields add drama, and wildflowers are at their most sublime.
    • On the bike tour through Montana's Glacier Park, for example, you'll average 60 mountainous miles of cycling per day, cycling past glacial snowfields and tumbling waterfalls.
    • The only way to descend without slipping is to dig in heel-first, like a mountaineer coming down a snowfield.
    • During my isolation, I was presented with a image of a Thunderbird formed by the shadow of a cloud on a snowfield atop a nearby mountain.
    • They reached South Georgia after 17 days in mountainous seas, but still faced a 22-mile trek across unexplored mountains, glaciers and snowfields to get help.
    • The climate of Victoria is characterised by a range of different climate zones, from the hot, dry Mallee region of the northwest to the alpine snowfields in the northeast of Victoria.
    • They predict that in the next half a decade or so, the Himalayas could experience intense flooding as mountain lakes overflow with water from melting glaciers and snowfields.
    • This forested 3-mile loop follows the clear, icy waters of the rushing Ohanapecosh River as it tumbles down from glaciers and snowfields above.
    • If you were to compare photographs taken of, say, an alpine view in Victorian times with one taken today you would immediately notice how the glaciers and snowfields have shrunk.