Snow Dome

Snow Dome can refer to:

  • Snow Dome (Concordia) mountain (7,160m) near Concordia in Northern Areas of Pakistan
  • Snow Dome (Chaprot) mountain (5,029m) in Chaprot Pass in Northern Areas of Pakistan
  • Snow Dome (Canada) mountain (3,456m) in Alberta — British Columbia, Canada
  • Snowdome, an indoor ski slope in the UK

Snow dome is also another name for:

  • Snow globe

Other articles related to "snow, snow dome, dome":

Canadian Rockies - Geography - Highest Peaks
... non-technical route to the top involving only kicking steps in the snow, but the approach is across the Columbia Icefield and requires glacier travel and crevasse ... North Twin, South Twin, Kitchener, Stutfield and Snow Dome ... Snow Dome (3,456 m (11,339 ft)) is not an impressive peak by Rockies standards, but it has the distinction of being the hydrological apex of North America ...
Snow Dome (Canada)
... Snow Dome is a mountain located on the Continental Divide in the Columbia Icefield, at the intersection of Banff National Park, and Jasper National Park, on the Alberta and British Columbia border in Canada ... Norman Collie because its snow-capped massif resembles a dome ... is Triple Divide Peak in Glacier National Park, Montana, United States.) Water falling on Snow Dome's summit may flow into streams that drain into the Pacific Ocean (via Bryce Creek, the ...
Continental Divide Of The Northern Americas - Geography - Triple Points
... between Alberta and British Columbia, called Snow Dome because the Columbia Icefield completely covers the summit ... Canadians generally consider Snow Dome the hydrological apex of North America because they consider Hudson Bay an extension of the Atlantic Ocean, and ...

Famous quotes containing the words dome and/or snow:

    The sun, the hero of every day, the impersonal old man that beams as brightly on death as on birth, came up every morning and raced across the blue dome and dipped into the sea of fire every evening. Water ran down hill and birds nested.
    Zora Neale Hurston (1891–1960)

    But pleasures are like poppies spread,
    You seize the flow’r, its bloom is shed;
    Or like the snow falls in the river,
    A moment white—then melts for ever;
    Robert Burns (1759–1796)