We have no meanings for "zigzag up" in our records yet.
The celebrated zigzag up the Coryarich must not be passed over.
They would have to zigzag up the hill and find the stream after they topped the crest.
They have very powerful engines and a cogwheel arrangement, the line making a zigzag up the mountain-side.
A steep trail wound zigzag up the mountain We led our horses, as it was a long, hard climb.
The dogs, seeming to tire of the chase, began a loping zigzag up the rise toward the hunters, their tongues dangling.
But upon nearing the cliff he saw a narrow broken trail leading zigzag up over smooth rock, weathered slope, and through cracks.
The other one began at an old log cabin, and ran zigzag up the mountain till it was lost in the gravel slopes.
They turned left through grass and brush and started up the gradual slope, then switchbacked in a zigzag up the face of the highland.
When the ascent of the second wall began it was necessary to zigzag up, slowly and carefully, taking advantage of every level bulge or depression.
Soon I'm following faces and slabs that zigzag up some hill or ridge-top, and I break into the bright-orange sun atop a crimpy white face.
The red line on a chart zigzagged up and then sharply down.
Mount again and go on by myself, zigzagging up a steep hill.
Through deep snow I zigzagged up for three miles before deciding to camp.
The route zigzags up the hill into a forest of old pine trees.
We were climbing by curves and zigzags up the grim dark wall of mountains.
For the present a series of eight ladders zigzagged up from landing to landing.
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