Noun(1) a pass between mountain peaks
(1) We cut down into a rocky col and started up the second peak.(2) Through brief windows in the clouds we could see the ridge dropping to a col and rising again to two higher summits.(3) Continuing steadily upwards now, the route leads to a small col which overlooks the dark and brooding Loch Enoch, complete with its reflections of Mullwharchar which rises beyond.(4) Return to the col and walk along to centre peak: a steady nerve is required to reach the summit.(5) In decent weather and with the longer daylight hours of summer you could continue on the ridge as far as the col before Benshaw Hill where a footpath drops down directly to Kingledoors.(6) From the col , the ridge climbs and then levels out again into a tight area of mossy grass before it steepens appreciably into its final fling.(7) Anticipating a windscoured ridge, we left our crampons and axes in the col at the top of the chute.(8) There are several factors that determine how hard it is to climb a col and it can be much easier up one side than another.(9) Over the wall, the path gently falls to a col with the rock face of Side Pike ahead.(10) Beyond the scree we turned the side of the saddle and there, ahead of us, in a col surrounded by the white flanks of the Kedarnath peaks, stood the temple, one of the most sacred structures in India.(11) It then continues below the N face of the hill before finally climbing to a col on the summit ridge.(12) Head NE from the summit cairn to pick up the bulldozed track called Morton's Way and follow this along the NE ridge and down to a col below the Hill of Glenroads.(13) Take an ascending NE line round the S slopes of Firthhope Rig to the col between it and White Coomb.(14) Thereafter the major system, which was present in the mid-Atlantic, weakened considerably and became little more than a col between the two anticyclones, one receding as the new one advanced.(15) The route included Col De Vars and Col de la Bonnette, plus numerous other cols .(16) While hauling your gear and food from hut to hut, you'll be learning to negotiate crevasses, ice falls, and high cols - skills you'll need for future, unguided trips.
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