How to use Chimborazo in a sentence
After one night’s sleep in between climbs, they started up on Chimborazo.
Bolívar Cáceres, a meteorologist and the head of Ecuador’s Glacier Program, says the temporary ban will allow Chimborazo’s fickle snowpack to stabilize without putting any more climbers at risk.Six Dead After an Avalanche on Ecuador’s Highest Peak | cobrien | November 8, 2021 | Outside Online
You can drive with an SUV to the parking lot of Chimborazo, and you are already at 17,000 feet.Six Dead After an Avalanche on Ecuador’s Highest Peak | cobrien | November 8, 2021 | Outside Online
On the contrary, it is of a pitch of darkness which, except on Mont Blanc or Chimborazo, is as purely impossible as colour can be.
A drive to the farm was one of the greatest pleasures Chimborazo had, so he answered promptly, “Oh, dear!”The Pig Brother and Other Fables and Stories | Laura E. Richards
But Chimborazo is sure of a worshipper the moment its overwhelming grandeur breaks upon the traveller.
It is only while sailing on the Pacific that one sees Chimborazo in its complete proportions.
Chimborazo is very likely not a solid mountain; trachytic volcanoes are supposed to be full of cavities.
British Dictionary definitions for Chimborazo
an extinct volcano in central Ecuador, in the Andes: the highest peak in Ecuador. Height: 6267 m (20 561 ft)
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