Making Deltas Out of Mountains - National Park Service
wear the rock of the mountain down. In the winter, water slips into cracks and crevices, and as it freezes splits the mountain apart. In the spring when the snow melts and rushes head-long down the side of the mountain, it can make mud-slides, and wash away trees, ground, and rocks. When he was young, Roche lived on such a mountain.
DA: 60 PA: 42 MOZ Rank: 56