alt. (context canoeing English) A class of kayak for two seated people. sym. (context canoeing English) A class of kayak for two seated people.
K-2 is a state highway in the south-central portion of the U.S. state of Kansas. Its southwestern terminus is at its intersection with U.S. Highway 281 east of Hardtner. Its northeastern terminus is at its intersection with K-42 west of the unincorporated town of Suppesville. It is long.
Usage examples of "k-2".
Douglas wrote, contain no fewer than thirty-three peaks higher than 24,000 feet, including K-2, only 778 feet lower than Everest, and harder to climb.