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Sometimes the foreground is rounded masses of kinnikinnik in snowy flower, or again a far-strung growth of the needle bloom, richest and reddest of its tribe -- the Athabaska rose.
The ferns and kinnikinnik and other groundcovers, simmering in reds and oranges, gradually disappear under the daily onslaught of frost and sleet and snow.
Slide 28: Preparing the Mountaintop • At this center they first make a hole in which they place some kinnikinnik, and then set up a long pole with the offerings tied at the top.