/ What does "Bicoins" mean in Catalan?
I think it's a nut. It is in french.
There is a Spanish climbing vocabulary in my photo gallery, which may help with other terms.
> There is a Spanish climbing vocabulary in my photo gallery, which may help with other terms.
Given that Catalan is neasrer to French than Spanish, this may not be of much use!
> Given that Catalan is neasrer to French than Spanish, this may not be of much use!
The Vilanova De Meia guide is written in Spanish though. I have a copy here.
thanks for your help.
In reply to Andy Manthorpe:
You are right! I didn't look very closely.
Best wishes from the Nuts Museum!
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