The alphabet is to be found in the crags and valleys of the summits.
It was a dread of the abyss, the dread of the crags which seemed to nod upon me.
From the summit they “looked down upon a boiling sea of cloud, dashing against the crags on which we stood.”
In all directions were mountains, canyons, and crags in bewildering profusion.
So have I seen this grand law asserting the governance of its God in those Alpine crags on which the stars seem to pause.
There are smooth patches, but it is broken up into crags and seracs.
In the clear water below these crags fish are so plentiful that whoever takes the trouble to cast is likely to reap a rich reward.
Once he climbed to a dizzy height by clinging to 78 the crags.
But the death which they had escaped in the stream, still threatened them on the crags.
That made it quite clear that the slope ended in another wall of crags.
early 14c.; as a place-name element attested from c.1200, probably from a Celtic source akin to Old Irish crec "rock," and carrac "cliff," Welsh craig "rock, stone," Manx creg.