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The 28-mile track stretches from the town of Kayenta, Arizona, deep into the heart of the Navajo Nation, in Utah, and passes colorful mesas and ridges before meeting the 100-foot craggy formations head-on.
The TDS race, officially known as the Sur les Traces des Ducs de Savoie, is the most technically challenging race during the UTMB week, with several craggy climbs and descents that require precise footing and balance.Czech Runner Dies from Falling During UTMB’s TDS Race in Chamonix|jversteegh|August 25, 2021|Outside Online
It’s one of the park’s signature hikes and delivers alpine lakes, views of the famous craggy summits, and a trip over Hurricane Pass where you can see all three Tetons in perfection.
Its 128,221 acres of craggy mountains and tucked-away lakes promises rugged Sierra Nevada adventures at their finest.
We all drool over the epic adventure photos on the internet, from stunning camp portraits to grip-and-grins with pike on the Rio Grande to panoramas over craggy peaks at sunrise.
There are big rocks in off the shore, craggy and black; they always look villainous in the dark of the evening.'We Were Liars': Teens Confront Their Beautiful, Rich Family's Dark Secrets|Samantha Levine|August 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
They found irregular, craggy peaks and valleys, with one underwater mountain rising some 9,800 feet from the ocean floor.
“Scarlet Town,” a dark and hypnotic ballad, depicts a red-light district of the soul, with a hushed and craggy croon.
When he was in town that summer he would pop by, a craggy blue-jeaned figure, usually with a six-pack.
The Seljouks, like frighted partridges, scampered over rocks and craggy peaks, where their heavy-armed foe might not follow.God Wills It!|William Stearns Davis
The shore is rough 121 and craggy, you know, so that it was something like climbing up stairs.
They saw the craggy clusters, big and brown, clinging to the rocks, while others were outlined on the floor of the bank.
According to Carew this original “chair,” outside the castle, was a bad seat in a craggy place, somewhat dangerous of access.Archaic England|Harold Bayley
Side, floor and roof were of irregular formation, and the craggy stones rough and wet.Two Boys in Wyoming|Edward S. Ellis