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  • figure four}}''' move
  • Zone hold}}'''
  • bollard}}'''
  • Abalakov thread}}'''
  • Figure eight}}''' belay
  • Figure-eight knot}}'''
  • Australian rappel}}'''
  • crimps}}'''
  • Sloper}}''' hold
  • Bachar ladder}}'''
  • Belay glove}}'''
  • grigri}}'''
  • buttresses}}'''
  • campusing}}'''
  • sit start}}'''.
  • side pull}}'''
  • brake bar rack}}'''
  • Talus}}''' rocks
  • Laybacking}}'''
  • via ferrata}}'''
  • protection}}'''
  • Cleaning tool}}'''
  • Dead hanging}}'''
  • lock off}}'''
  • tufas}}'''
  • Nuts}}'''
  • Hexes}}'''
  • Friends}}'''
  • Traditional climbing}}'''
  • Hangboard}}'''
  • Copperhead}}s'''
  • Cordelette}}'''
  • jamming}}'''
  • splitter}}''' crack
  • Big wall climbing}}'''
  • Bouldering mat}}'''
  • Off-width}}''' climb
  • second}}''' (left)
  • Daisy chain}}'''
  • American death triangle}}'''
  • ice screw}}''' (right)
  • roof}}'''
  • Heel hook}}'''
  • Picket}}'''
  • Climbing shoe}}'''
  • runout}}'''
  • glissade}}'''
  • high ball}}'''
  • Haul bag}}'''
  • double ropes}}'''
  • adze}}'''
  • knee bar}}'''
  • Ice hammer}}'''.
  • bat hang}}'''.
  • Egyptian}}'''
  • barn door}}''' swing to the right.
  • chalk bag}}'''
  • Portaledge}}'''
  • Volume hold}}s'''
  • ice axe}}'''
  • crampons}}'''
  • Mono}}''' hold.
  • Deep-water soloing}}'''
  • No-hand rest}}'''
  • Traversing}}'''
  • Energy absorber}}'''
  • Ascender}}s'''
  • hanging belay}}''' (bottom climber)
  • Piton}}'''
  • RURP}}'''
  • Mantel}}''' move
  • Stemming}}'''
  • Dihedral}}'''
  • Drilled baby angle}}'''
  • belay station}}'''
  • chicken head}}'''
  • back-step}}'''
  • whipper}}'''
  • webbing}}'''
  • Skyhook}}'''
  • Snow fluke}}'''
  • Top roping}}'''
  • etrier}}'''
  • harness}}
  • Tricam}}'''
  • Tubers}}'''
  • tape}}'''
  • stick clip}}'''
  • energy absorber}}'''
  • Self-locking device}}'''
  • Z-pulley}}''' system
  • zawn}}''' in Wales
  • ascender}}

etrier         
['e?tr?e?]
¦ noun Climbing a short rope ladder with a few rungs of wood or metal.
Origin
1950s: from Fr. etrier 'stirrup'.
mantleshelf         
hangdog         
also hang-dog
If you say that someone has a hangdog expression on their face, you mean that they look sad, and often guilty or ashamed.
ADJ: usu ADJ n

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Glossary of climbing terms

Glossary of climbing terms relates to rock climbing (including aid climbing, lead climbing, bouldering, and competition climbing), mountaineering, and to ice climbing.

The terms used can vary between different English-speaking countries; many of the phrases described here are particular to the United States and the United Kingdom.