Some articles on mountain huts, huts, mountain, hut:
... There are various alpine huts in the Mount Hotaka area Hotaka Mountain Cottage (穂高岳山荘, Hotakadake Sansō?) Kitahotaka Hut (北穂高小屋, Kitahotaka-goya?) Karasawa Hut ...
... Until the Middle Ages the mountain range and its foothills were an unpopulated place of deep, impenetrable forests ... but only includes the foothills, whereas the ridges of the mountain range were still unaffected ... were founded during this time, which formed a base for the further colonization of the mountain range ...
Famous quotes containing the words huts and/or mountain:
“To be friends with camel owners,
you cannot live in huts with low doors.”
—Punjabi proverb, trans. by Gurinder Singh Mann.
“Ive been up the mountain and I had a choice. Should I come down? So I came down. God said, Okay, youve been up on the mountain, now you go down. Youre on your own, free. Check in later, but now youre on your own.”
—Bob Dylan [Robert Allen Zimmerman] (b. 1941)