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Topic - NEWS: What's in a 'route' name? Raisin Frumpsnoot

Michael Ryan - on 20 May 2007
Climbers enjoy naming routes. Sometimes they name them after a song or a book, sometimes a distinctive single word name that can end up as climbing product, Ben Moon's boulder problem, Cypher at Slipstones comes to mind, which is now also the name of Ben Moon's best-selling climbing pant.

Arthur Dolphin reputedly spent almost as much time devising a suitable name for a climb as he spent climbing it.

But how did Adam Wainwright come up with Raisin Frumpsnoot, a new route he recently climbed near Llanberis?

Read more at http://www.ukclimbing.com/news/
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