We have no meanings for "zigzags up" in our records yet.
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.
The stairway winds and zigzags up the narrow defile, averaging in width about twenty feet.
From this point the path zigzags up, until men in single file can reach the summit.
Dance of the Woo-Li Masters, the face's original route, zigzags up the left side of the wall.
More often, though, the road zigzags up the mountain and then back down without ever reaching the top.
The new Swiss route zigzags up prominent grooves left of the central prow, crossing to the right side of the prow near the top.
Rock segued into softening snow, and after a ridge rest or two we began the numbing zigzags up a final, clean, arcing snow slope.
A curious conical hill rises out of the town, a high wall zigzags up to the fort above, showing Cattaro's strength of former days.
Ice fell about 3 a.m. from a giant serac above the path that zigzags up the northwest side of 13,937-foot Mont Blanc du Tacul.
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