What is another word for climber?

1029 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ klˈa͡ɪmə], [ klˈa‍ɪmə], [ k_l_ˈaɪ_m_ə]

Climbing enthusiasts can be described using a range of synonyms for the word "climber". These include "mountaineer", which implies a focus on scaling high peaks; "scrambler", which refers to someone who enjoys scrambling up rocky terrain; "boulderer", which specifically refers to those who climb boulders without ropes or climbing gear; and "rock climber", which generally describes those who scale steep cliffs or walls using ropes and equipment. Other terms that may be used include "alpinist", "hill-walker", "peak-bagger" and "adventurer". Each of these terms slightly different nuances, suggesting varying levels of technical ability, experience or focus within the sport of climbing.

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Usage examples for Climber

The well known Engineer R. C. Bates, who as a U.S. revenue inspector of mines and an explorer and mountain climber, did much pioneer work about Mt.
"My Attainment of the Pole"
Frederick A. Cook
It was like asking a mountain climber if he had ever felt a taut rope over the razor edge of a precipice suddenly go slack.
"Eight Keys to Eden"
Mark Irvin Clifton
She learned the springy gait of the true hill climber, and drank in health and strength from the keen hill air.
"The Literary Sense"
E. Nesbit

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