Sierra Nevada Mountains

NOUN
  1. a mountain range in eastern California; contains Mount Whitney
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How To Use Sierra Nevada Mountains In A Sentence

  • Every miner wishes that his mine were upon this famous lode, which is made up of a large number of quartz veins extending along the western slope of the Sierra Nevada mountains, and is marked by hundreds of important mines. The Western United States A Geographical Reader
  • Yosemite, in California's Sierra Nevada Mountains, is an alpine wilderness with groves of giant Sequoia trees and towering rock formations carved from the granite by glaciers.
  • The Mineral King Valley is an area of great natural beauty nestled in the Sierra Nevada Mountains in Tulare County, California, adjacent to Sequoia National Park.
  • At least two tornadoes – and perhaps as many as four – reportedly touched down near Chico, along the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains north of Sacramento.
  • The Mineral King Valley is an area of great natural beauty nestled in the Sierra Nevada Mountains in Tulare County, California, adjacent to Sequoia National Park.
  • He had spent the last two days lost in the Sierra Nevada mountains enduring subfreezing temperatures, with only a crudely built lean-to shelter and no food.
  • Lassen Peak, the last of the Cascades in active eruption, rises between the northern end of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, of which it is locally but wrongly considered a part, and the Klamath Mountains, a spur of the The Book of the National Parks
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