What's in a 'route' name? Raisin Frumpsnoot!by Mick Ryan May/2007
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Sometimes they are quite clever, and a little odd.
Raisin Frumpsnoot is the name of a new route climbed recently by Adam Wainwright at the Bus Stop Quarry near Llanberis, a 7b sport climb.
Any idea where it came from?
Apparantly it has something to do with the fourth wheel of a supermarket trolley which looks identical to the other three but renders the trolley completely uncontrollable and a word used to describe the right of the lord of the manor to molest dwarves on their birthdays.
What are your favourite route names and do you know their history?
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