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The swallow tail of the heel and extension of the back helped absorb shock as I quickly scooted down steep scree fields.
On examining the other side there was no trace of moraine; there was scree in places, but a great deal of the tuff was uncovered.
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Outside the lower end of each large transverse glen there is a scree of sedimentary matter.
There is capital scree here, and a very rapid descent into Mosedale may be made by it.
It has a copious scree at the foot, and more than half-way up it divides into three.
It usually happens to be a scree-gully, but the fundamental idea is straightness.
Scree: the dbris of decaying rocks, forming a talus on the lower parts of a mountain.
It traverses slabs of sloping rock, and sheets of slippery scree.
It may, however, be recognised by its liberal output of scree.
What followed in that hurly-burly—that mad scramble through brake and thicket, down crag and scree—is impossible to tell.

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