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Cold, snowy, windy. When you hear those words they make you think of mountains. The Alpine biome is like winter is to people in New England snow, high winds, ice, all the typical winter things. In Latin the word for 'high mountain' is 'alpes'. That is where today's word alpine comes from. Alpine biomes are found in the mountain regions all around the world. They are usually at an altitude of about 10,000 feet or more. The Alpine biome lies just below the snow line of a mountain. As you go up a mountain, you will travel through many biomes. In the North American Rocky Mountains you begin in a desert biome. As you climb you go through a deciduous forest biome, grassland biome, steppe biome, and taiga biome before you reach the cold Alpine biome. In the summer average temperatures range from 10 to 15° C . In the winter the temperatures are below freezing. The winter season can last from October to May. The summer season may last from June to September. The temperatures in the Alpine biome can also change from warm to freezing in one day. The alpine tundra is mostly on the west coast of california and Europe.

If interested in visiting the Alpine tundra locations please call (A-T-A)
Address: 1475 Alpine Dr.
City/State: Indian Peek, Colorado

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