Translation of mountaineer in Spanish:


montañero, n.

Pronunciation /maʊntɪˈnɪə//ˌmaʊnt(ə)nˈɪr/


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    montañero masculine
    montañera feminine
    alpinista feminine
    andinista masculine Latin America
    • Blyth and Bob are extremely experienced mountaineers and mountain guides, and Blyth also runs the avalanche forecasting service in Scotland.
    • Like all people who live in the mountains, they think mountaineers are mad.
    • For more advanced mountaineers, there is the challenge of ice climbing.
    • Veteran British mountaineer Chris Bonington, who climbed Everest in 1985, has now joined those demanding a change in the mountaineering culture.
    • He took pride in pulling his weight despite being far younger than seasoned mountaineers like the 33-year-old Hillary.
    • The British Mountaineering Council protects and promotes the interests of climbers and mountaineers.
    • Based on a true story, it recalls how two ambitious mountaineers set out to conquer a previously unclimbed peak in the Peruvian Andes in 1985.
    • According to Sir Chris Bonington, the veteran mountaineer and author, it would be a ‘huge achievement’.
    • ‘When I think about it, my hands sweat,’ rock climber and mountaineer Conrad Anker says of the route.
    • I was a rock climber and mountaineer, although I now confine myself to fell walking.
    • He is a mountaineer, ice climber, expedition skier, guide, father of three, and intellectual authority on the singular history and geography of his beloved Iceland.
    • It is an international fraternity of mountaineers.
    • For the legendary mountaineer Sir Edmund Hillary, scaling mountain peaks no longer remains the sport it once was.
    • Sherpas first became prominent to Westerners as British mountaineers set their sights on conquering Himalayan peaks.
    • But mountaineering involves risk, and occasionally a mountaineer must be rescued.
    • Once the ski season is over, Andorra's mountains are still frequented by hikers, mountaineers, and rock climbers.
    • Calling a president a political failure is like calling Hillary and Norgay failed mountaineers: it is impossible to follow the logic, but readers presumably recognise the rhetoric.
    • Collen is an accomplished mountaineer, rock climber, alpine skier, and has several years experience guiding in the mountains of Vancouver Island and coastal British Columbia.
    • Reasoning that he and Jean Carrel ought to join forces instead of competing, Whymper tried to persuade the Italian mountaineer to work for him as a guide.
    • To climb Everest, mountaineers must work within a very tight and strictly enforced time frame.
    • Each year they receive dozens of calls reporting lost walkers, stranded climbers or injured mountaineers.

intransitive verb

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    to go mountaineering montañismo