We must therefore conclude that it percolates under ground from the cordillera, though distant many leagues.
cordillera genera of plants have also, somehow, reached the Silla of Caracas.
Beyond the pampas again tower the unnumbered peaks of the cordillera, and among them all things, minerally speaking, are possible.
We were not yet certain by which pass the caravan might cross the great cordillera.
After the wool-buyers, the cattle-merchants of Buenos Aires next found their way to the cordillera.
The western one nearer the coast is called the cordillera, or the Coast Range.
The cordillera Vilcapampa is a climatic as well as a topographic barrier.
They exist also in Chili, on the plains at the foot of the cordillera of the Andes.
They also inhabit a small range that extends in a northeasterly direction from the cordillera to Point Kawit on the east coast.
He also proposed a trip into the cordillera in search of wild cattle.
A long and wide chain of mountains, especially the main mountain range of a large landmass. Cordilleras can include the valleys, basins, rivers, lakes, plains, and plateaus between parallel chains of a single mountain system, or they can consist solely of a string of connected mountain peaks.