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noun as in arête

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noun as in bluff

noun as in cliff

noun as in dropoff

noun as in precipice

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noun as in stone

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This is the first sweater I reach for when hanging around the house, but I also layer it beneath a thicker jacket on low 40-degree days at the crag.

It did keep our beer cold during long summer days at the crag and our cider very hot during parking-lot hangs at the ski resort.

I’d been hearing about jammed trailheads and overcrowding at crags across the country.

In rock climbing, many popular crags are located in remote areas with regressive ideas about race.

After a few days of riding, move north to Seneca Rocks, a 900-foot-tall crag that’s a hotbed of trad climbing.

At the present the crag-beds are the most interesting feature to the visitor, especially if he be of a geological turn.

It was with great difficulty however that I clambered down the side of the crag, for the lava just there was porous and bubbly.

I had fallen or rolled by stages the whole way down the crag, and was lying on my side on the Floor of the Hawaiians!

One crag rises to the height of about four hundred feet, with an almost perpendicular surface, sloping down to the lake below.

Pallastown had been like froth on a stone, a castle on a floating, golden crag.


On this page you'll find 134 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to crag, such as: ridge, crest, edge, hogback, bluff, and precipice.

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