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Topic - help for translation: climbing words

mangia on 01 May 2012 - host248-28-dynamic.14-87-r.retail.telecomitalia.it
Hi, I'm an italian climber, I'm working at guidebook about the Mont Blanc range. The book has been translated into english by a professional translator. Now I'm checking this translation and I'm not sure about some words she used to describe climbing. I ask your advise for:
-lower-off: do English people sometimes use this, instead of "abseil"?
-stance: is it the same of "belay"? Does the expression "belay stance" really exist?
-niche: can I use "niche" when I mean a small col, where you have to pass to get on the other side of the face?
- how do you english climbers call the particular feature of rock (only granite) like slight flakes, usually unprotectables,that you often find near ridges or other very exposed places? I mean, in french, the "cannelures"...
Thanks to everybody who will help me!I will be happy to give informations about the Mont Blanc conditions in exchange.
Marco
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