From itinerary to karst
itinerary — a planned trip or intended route of travel used to estimate miles traveled and destination.
isthmus — a narrow strip of land bound by water on two sides.
junction — the point at which two trails intersect.
karst — refers to limestone landscapes marked by bluffs, caverns and escarpments established by the dissolution of slightly acidic water coursing over soluble bedrock.
kindling — highly flammable materials used to start fires, such as pine cones, twigs, dry bark.
krummholz — bent, stunted trees found in mountainous and artic regions, twisted by steady winds and short growing seasons.