Covered with snow at the top, especially of a hill or mountain. (adjective)
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Use "snow-capped" in a sentence
"But nothing prepared us for the staggering Alpine beauty of the region – flower-filled meadows, crystal-clear rivers and lakes – nor the views from Nebesa's chalets; snow-capped mountains to the east, endless valleys to the west, trailing down to the Adriatic."
"I arrive and it is a three-hour drive to the lodge in the Torres del Paine National Park, set amid a dramatic landscape—towering snow-capped mountains, bright-blue lakes and lush grass; I sit outside for an hour or so taking in the changing shapes and colors as the day ends."
"The land is full of deep forests and high, snow-capped mountains with a great river running through it."