I am astonished that before the snowfalls we should see them here.
The snow-season (May-August) is the dry season, and the snowfalls are not heavy enough to interfere with breeding.
Now and then there is a fall of from two to three feet, but for the most part the snowfalls are only a few inches in depth.
A mountain to be climbed; a peak from which to see life from every side—provided we have not been blinded by snowfalls on the way.
In May, the snowfalls are light, but the accumulations of the previous winter render traveling out of the question.
From the converging walls the snowfalls keep up an intermittent bombardment of the lower central snow masses.
The snowfalls are light to heavy in character, rarely, however, lasting more than twenty-four hours.