Traducción de crampon en español:


crampón, n.

Pronunciación /ˈkræmˌpɑn/ /ˈkrampɒn/ /ˈkrampən/

Ver definición en español de crampón


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    crampón masculino
    • To scale the 35 metres you need climbing boots, crampons, two ice axes, a helmet, a harness, plus a head for heights.
    • We put crampons over our boots, roped up and ascended the ice cliff in single file, using our ice picks to stabilize us at each step.
    • In fact, you'd probably need crampons in order to walk.
    • The snow is smooth, unfrozen but dense enough for boot crampons.
    • I decided I'd better put on my crampons over my boots to grip the snow better, then tentatively stepped out onto the steep slope.
    • Use good judgment and go to boot crampons and hand tools if need be.
    • The crampons went clack-clack, sharply, the metal points ringing in his ears with each step.
    • Then we climbed up with crampons and ascenders.
    • The 650-foot gully was so steep it required ice axes, crampons, ropes, and belays to ascend it.
    • Boot soles are chevroned for hiking and accept crampons for climbing up icy chutes.
    • This month, alpinist Mark Synnott tests the sharpest new ice axes, crampons, ice screws, leashes, and screamers.
    • Hinged crampons are used for mountaineering and snow climbing, not ice climbing.
    • So carry a lightweight rope, harnesses, ice axe, crampons, and ascenders.
    • Attached to the dummy is an adjustable frame that holds your ski boot via a clip such as those used with clip-on crampons.
    • Victor was a few feet below, moving like an exhausted old man as he front-pointed up slowly on his crampons.
    • There are, of course, more conventional walks that don't involve the donning of crampons.
    • The snow underfoot is hard and crystalline, and grates beneath my crampons with a sound of metal on metal.
    • We looked at our iceaxes, crampons and waterproofs with some humility.
    • Don't touch metallic objects like ice axes, crampons, tent poles, or jewelry.
    • But, despite traversing steep alpine regions, he did not pack crampons, an ice axe or an emergency distress beacon.