Passes

Some articles on passes:

Ghizer District - Geography - Passes
... Some of the passes in the district are Shandur Pass (Punji-Lusht Plain between the boundary of Ghizer and Chitral District) ...
New York State Route 151 - Route Description
... New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) as it passes into the town of East Greenbush ... at times forested—landscape as it passes through the town ... NY 151 subsequently passes under the freeway and crosses Mill Creek a second time ...
Kekekabic Trail
... There is a large recent clearcut that the trail passes through west of Snowbank Lake ... The middle third passes through the remnants of the 1999 blowdown and the forest is composed of brush, small trees, some large white pines that survived the ... The eastern third passes through parts of the blowdown that have been burned by the Ham Lake and Cavity Lake wildfires ...
U.S. Route 50 In Nevada - Route Description
... The route crosses mostly desolate terrain in the journey across the state US 50 passes through several large desert valleys and basins ... The highway crosses 17 named mountain passes that break up the Nevada desert ... To crest some of the passes along US 50 requires navigating steep 8% grades and hairpin turns through pine forests to reach altitudes of over 7,000 feet (2,100 m) ...
Oberhalbstein Range - Passes
... The main mountain passes of the Oberhalbstein Alps are Mountain pass location type elevation (m/ft) Passo della Duana Avers to the Val Bregaglia snow 2800 9187 ...

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