It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.
Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret.com in your ad-blocking tool.
Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.
There is a main road through the mountains that is literally buried in snow during the winter. It is closed during winter, but re opened during the spring after a snow plow digs through an average of 17 meters (56 ft.) of snow to uncover it.
Compare that to what it looked like when we were there:
c'mon guys I agree it's an Its amamazing picture but: the road is clear its snows 2f eet you plow the road, it snows two more feet you plow the road it; snows 4 feet you plow the roads the down presure causes the walls to turn to ice like a glacier it snows 4more feet you plow.; I t doesn't completely melt be cause of the altitude of the pass next year more snowlayers and more ice..
Originally posted by sugarcookie1
I have no idea how they plowed that..I live in Minnesota and were known for our snow but thats a unreal amount of snow!